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Submitted by JamesSterling87 708d ago | review

Expendables 2 Videogame Review (PopBucket)

Once in blue moon, a game based on a major Hollywood film franchise can impress and even astound cynics of the movie tie-in movement. Does the Expendables 2 Videogame fall into this honored category? Nope. Not even close. And here's why... (PC, PS3, The Expendables 2, The Expendables 2 Videogame, Ubisoft, Xbox 360) 3/10

TifaLockheart  +   709d ago
I had my doubts about playing this. Thanks for the heads up and posting this! :-)
JamesSterling87  +   709d ago
That's what we're here for : )
Freakazoid2012  +   708d ago
While they may be on point here, you should never take a single review as proof a game is bad.

Name any game out there that you think is awesome and I can find one review out there that calls it complete crap and rates it low.

Of course movie games are usually bad but a single review for any game is not proof of being good or bad.

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