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Vice: Project Doom

Vice: Project Doom (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: Action, Platformer
Developer: AICOM Corporation
AKA: Gun-Dec (JP)

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Vice: Project Doom review

Reviewed April 13, 2011

JoeTheDestroyer says: "If you need a break from the slashing and running, there a few driving and rail shooter levels. Yeah, Vice is like The Adventures of Bayou Billy, except fun. What better way to break from laser-whipping animals and Asian stereotypes than plugging a few bullets into ninjas? "
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