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Every Party

Every Party (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: General, Party
Developer: Gamer Republic

Publisher
Region
Released
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JP
12/10/2005

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Staff Reviews

Every Party review

Reviewed March 12, 2006

Michael Scott says: "Okamoto's desire to broaden the market through accessibility was noble, it's just a shame he selected a console that's been solely embraced by a minor sub-culture of die-hard enthusiasts. "
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