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A Sound of Thunder

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Platform: Game Boy Advance
Genre: Action (Sci-Fi)
Developer: Rockstar Leeds


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A Sound of Thunder review

Reviewed July 23, 2008

Ben says: "Imagine my enthusiasm when I booted up yet another movie tie-in, this time a third-person shooter. Even worse, itís based on a film thatís all about time travel, and anyone who knows me can tell you that Iím not a fan of time travel, because nine out of ten times, the concept is implemented such that itís riddled with plot holes. "
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