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Bloody Good Time

Bloody Good Time (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: Action, Contemporary
Developer: Ubisoft

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10/28/2010

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Bloody Good Time review

Reviewed December 21, 2011

SamildanachEmrys says: "Bloody Good Time gets a hearty endorsement as a unique and very affordable take on the deathmatch idea. Between its sense of humour and the variety of strategies available, there's a lot of room for this to be a truly great game. "
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