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Monsters vs. Aliens

Monsters vs. Aliens (PS3) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 3
Tags: Action, Sci-Fi
Developer: Beenox

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03/??/2009

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Monsters vs. Aliens review (Xbox 360)

Reviewed May 01, 2009

Rob Hamilton says: "If you want to get all of your characters' upgrades (and/or look at the concept art, 3-D character models, etc. you also can purchase), you'll be following up a number of stages with mini-stages covering the EXACT SAME ground you just crossed. Holy repetition, Batman!"
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