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Gunz: The Duel

Gunz: The Duel (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Genre: Action
Developer: Maiet Entertainment

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11/29/2006

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Gunz: The Duel review

Reviewed September 12, 2007

disco1960 says: "An online third-person shooter with perhaps the goofiest name ever, Gunz: The Duel pits you against random opponents wearing the same shirt you are in epic battles to the death for no apparent reason. Not an entirely original premise, to be sure. However, the game offers a selling point others don’t; namely, the fact that its gameplay bears a shameless disregard for the laws of physics that borders on contempt. It just so happens that Gunz takes place in a fantasy setting, where even t..."
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