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Author: zippdementia
Posted: January 03, 2010 (12:41 PM)
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Hm, this actually sounds more promising than I'd ever expected the game to be. Sounds like they took the time to add in more than they ever had to with such a big name attached to it.

Although big movie names are HARDLY a boon for a game these days. Gamers have learned to avoid them like the plague.

Note to gamers: when someone shoots you in the face, they aren't "gay." They are "psychopathic."

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Author: overdrive (Mod)
Posted: January 03, 2010 (10:25 PM)
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You know, I'd agree with your first sentence wholeheartedly if not for my experiences with movie license games over the last year. When I bought my 360, I got Kung Fu Panda with it. It was easy, but entertaining. Jason gave me Monsters vs. Aliens to review. It was repetitive, but has some really entertaining parts.

I was expecting a decent, if flawed far too much to be anything more than decent, and I felt I was correct in that expectation.

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