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Saints Row 2: Corporate Warfare

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

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Saints Row 2: Corporate Warfare review

Reviewed December 10, 2011

JoeTheDestroyer says: "The lack of missions combined with the dull ending leaves you hungering, but not as terribly as before. The additions are more worth your money, and this DLC doesn't feel like a cleverly disguised advertisement for an upcoming Volition title. Ultimately, what should decide whether or not you purchase Corporate Warfare is how much you enjoyed Saints Row 2."
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