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The Bouncer

The Bouncer (PS2) game cover art
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
03/06/2001
EU
06/22/2001
JP
12/23/2000

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Reader Reviews

The Bouncer review

Reviewed June 26, 2008

Genj says: "On the back of DreamFactory’s The Bouncer (developed by makers of such fine software as Tobal No. 1 and Ehrgeiz), the tagline “Play the Action Movie” is prominently displayed. When I unloaded a whole six dollars on this game, I didn’t realize that it literally felt like playing some forgettable popcorn flick with the occasional 30 seconds of brawling. Alas, I was tricked by the vaguely homoerotic cover art adored with the main character Sion Barzahd. I mean, Japan has..."
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