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Saints Row 2: Ultor Exposed

Saints Row 2: Ultor Exposed (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Genre: Action (Contemporary)
Developer: Volition

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04/23/2009
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Saints Row 2: Ultor Exposed review

Reviewed December 05, 2011

JoeTheDestroyer says: "Ultor Exposed crams a lot of potential greatness in its small package, yet forgets the most important element. Even the presence of pornstar Tera Patrick doesn't save the painfully generic and tame--the last word you would ever want to associate with a Saints Row experience--missions. All three of them. "
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