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Disruptor (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Tags: Action
Developer: Insomniac Games


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Disruptor review

Reviewed November 05, 2005

Gary Hartley says: "Instead, level your Phase Repeater -- a rapid-fire, tri-barrelled instrument of piercing death -- at them. It emits an unstoppable wave of laser fire which cuts your robot aggressors down with little troubles. The lone survivor of your onslaught will cock his shotgun once more to try and avenge his fallen brethren, but you've already cut him clean in half with your Plasma Lance."
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