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Submitted by peteonline 873d ago | review

Sniper Elite V2 Multiplayer Expansion Review | The Controller Online

The Controller Online writes:

"If you own Sniper Elite V2 for the PC then you already know what this review is about as the multiplayer portion of the game was included in the PC version, but not for consoles. For those of us with the game on either Xbox 360 or PS3, we were excluded from playing multiplayer, until now, as Rebellion have finally released the Multiplayer Expansion DLC to complete our experience. Let’s take a look at what we’ve been missing out on. (PS3, Sniper Elite V2, Xbox 360) 8/10

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