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Author: zippdementia
Posted: May 11, 2012 (06:51 PM)
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Supposed to be a rating of 8/10. Kind've a ridiculous review in that the second thing it says about the game is that it's plot is lackaluster. Then it immediately says "you're going to love this" in pretty much those terms. Confusion ensues.

In fact, this review was clearly written by a graphics whore because everything else he says about the game, from the way it controls to even it's frickin' sound, pretty much spells out how terrible it is. It's one complaint after the other, ended with a score of 83.

Of course, I did the exact same thing in my Resident Evil 5 review. I need to rewrite that, someday.

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Author: JoeTheDestroyer (Mod)
Posted: May 11, 2012 (07:17 PM)
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Yeah, TimeSplitters is pretty awful. I was going to write a review for it, but can't muster the want to do so. Instead, I'll just leave you with my rating:


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