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Heavy Weapon

Heavy Weapon (PS3) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 3
Genre: Shooter
Developer: PopCap Games


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Staff Reviews

Heavy Weapon review

Reviewed October 20, 2009

Gareth Chadwick says: "Heavy Weapon is yet another downloadable game that debuted on XBLA long before PSN, giving PS3 owners pretty much the same game that Xboxers have been able to buy and play for a long time. This isn’t always a bad thing, and it’s still a title of worth so long as you’ve not already got the previous copy snuggled away on your 360’s hard drive and you’re a fan of a screen full of explosions."
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