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The Club

The Club (PS3) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 3
Tags: Shooter, Third-Person, Contemporary
Developer: Bizarre Creations
More Platforms: Xbox 360


Staff Reviews

The Club review

Reviewed February 29, 2008

Jason Venter says: "From the opening cinema to the final curtain, The Club is designed to disturb you. Soldiers shower you with bullets and profanity. Men sag against the architecture as crimson stains spatter dreary concrete barricades and crumbling stone walls. Through it all, a monotone voice growls “Head Shot” every time a bullet turns a brain to mush, or “Fight!” whenever the carnage begins anew. The dreariness is relentless, even emotionally draining."
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Reader Reviews

The Club review

Reviewed March 25, 2016

Robotic_Attack says: "3rd person shooter focused on points and multipliers and tournament standings"
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