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04-28-2008 03:26 PM
BadMojo I unfortunately bought, after enjoying x360 demos at the store. The story is on par with that of Timeshift's .
04-28-2008 02:03 PM
Simply^Ride Yeah it didn't look to good, thats what I never gave it a try. Is the story line at least good, I found that stupid games with a good story line at least gets them into the maybe rent category.

Did you rent/buy?
04-28-2008 12:29 PM
Lost Planet (PS3)

This is one of the most boring, ugly games you can buy, PS3 owners. It looks much worse than it's 360 counterpart, the controls don't work nearly as well as they did on the 360 (thanks to analog-stick placement), and the online play SUCKS. SUCKS SUCKS SUCKS SUCKS SUCKS. The single player campaign is not much better, as all your enemies are still SHIT STUPID. The only time your "human" opponents will move seems to be jumping over cover so you can shoot them more easily.

3/10, don't buy this game.

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