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Spot Goes to Hollywood

Spot Goes to Hollywood (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Tags: Adventure
Developer: Eurocom
More Platforms: PlayStation, Saturn


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Spot Goes to Hollywood review

Reviewed March 06, 2004

tomclark says: "Remember Spot?? If you don't, then you must surely have heard of 7-up. Anyways, Spot is a kind of mascot for 7-up, and he featured in a few games in the mid-nineties (this particular example coming out in 1995). If you haven't heard of 7-up, then you may as well go read some other review - things aren't gonna get much better. "
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