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Submitted by barkingspace 764d ago | review

Toronto Thumbs Review: Spy Hunter

From the Review:

"If I was to name one of the most important arcade games from my youth, I would have to give a big shout-out to Spy Hunter. Iā€™m not sure what it was about the game that had me hooked: it could have been the simple controls; it could have been the Peter Gunn theme; most likely it was the fact that the car in the game could have all kinds of cool weapons, allowing you as the player to feel like James Bond. TT Fusion has attempted to breathe new life into the original arcade game. While I am still undecided as to whether the game does a good job truly recapturing the magic of the original Spy Hunter, it is safe to say that the game is definitely worth a try ā€“ but you will need patience." (PS Vita, Spy Hunter) -

punkandlizard  +   760d ago
I really enjoyed this game, it was a real grower. Simple arcade game that I could not put down until getting the platinum. Def a game that got unfair reviews i feel. Good review guys.

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