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Wipeout 3

Wipeout 3 (WIIU) game cover art
Platform: Wii U
Tags: General
Developer: Activision


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Wipeout 3 review

Reviewed December 07, 2012

Jason Venter says: "Courses in Wipeout 3 feature a variety of obstacles, but for the most part the differences between one hazard and the next are cosmetic. You’ll need to swim across pools of murky water sometimes, but in general you are running along platforms that are suspended above a massive liquid field. Falling into soup when you’re not supposed to will knock you back to the last checkpoint."
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