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Submitted by discordman 723d ago | review

Wipeout 3 Review [Capsule Computers]

Dustin Spencer of Capsule Computers writes: "Wipeout has proved to be a successful franchise for ABC, as the series’ has maintained high ratings from viewers who want to see standard citizens destroy themselves in what is proclaimed to be “the world’s largest obstacle course”. Seeing the success of the brand, Activision have already produced a handful of Wipeout video game adaptations, with Wipeout 3 being their latest release. Sure it’s a dreaded licensed title, but the Wii U has enough behind it to make any developer innovate if need be, so as I sat looking at it’s name among the solid launch line-up, I thought to myself -”Why not?” Does Wipeout 3 attempt to prove itself on the new platform, or is this game yet another attempt to make a few bucks off a big name? Let’s find out." (Activision, Wii U) 5.5/10

koga88  +   723d ago
There have been three of these now? Even the second one was abyssal with the way it used the Kinect, I doubt the "Wii U" version is any better.
futurefrog  +   723d ago
this game looks bad
masterabbott  +   723d ago
wouldnt spend my money on it. reviews is good.

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