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Submitted by Katz 808d ago | review

Black Panel Review - Starhawk

The Black Panel writes: This space saga combines third person shooting and tower defence with a shot of Transformers to deliver a confusing mess. It loses its Wild West influence too early in the game and sends you shooting into space with a plethora of tutorials. The entire single player campaign feels like prep for the multiplayer (a component you can actually sink your teeth into). Overall, though, Starhawk is beyond disappointing. (PS3, Starhawk) -

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