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Submitted by Shadowolf 1063d ago | podcast

GameReverb: Deadlight Disappoints While Transformers Fall of Cybertron Demo Hits High Note

n this latest episode of GameReverb, the gang kicks things off by jumping into Tequila Works recently released title, Deadlight. We’ve completed the game so what’s the real verdict? You might be surprised by our unanimous conclusion. High Moon Studios has also released a single-player and multiplayer demo for the upcoming Transformers: Fall of Cybertron and let me just start by saying, wow! The gangs discusses all the ins and outs of the demo with much praise. This is truly shaping up to be the ultimate Transformers video game experience.

Last but not least the gang tackles some listener questions – There’s tons more in this latest episode so tune in and be sure to share your thoughts. (Bullet Run, DayZ, Deadlight, High Moon Studios, Industry, PC, PS3, The Expendables 2 Videogame, Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, Xbox 360)

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