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Forums > Submission Feedback > Suskie's Crackdown 2 review

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Author: JoeTheDestroyer
Posted: June 04, 2011 (03:27 AM)
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Wow. I own the first Crackdown, and if this is just a carbon copy of the first, then I'm glad I didn't waste my money. Great review, Suskie.


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Author: Suskie
Posted: June 04, 2011 (01:06 PM)
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Thanks. I'd heard about it, but I guess the game's shamelessness needs to be seen to be believed.


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Author: zippdementia
Posted: June 06, 2011 (10:56 AM)
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Hear hear! Suskie has done the world a favor: hopefully it pays attention.


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