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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 863d ago | review

Eurogamer-Aero Porter review

EG:It's a game about being the little man in a big organisation, the little man who gets all the blame but none of the credit. It's also a game about working your way out of that hole until you're running the kind of airport where space shuttles and presidents don't mind landing. If that's your, um, bag, then you're in for a treat. Even if it's not, this is still one of those weird little video games that stalks around in your memory far longer than you might expect it to. (3DS, Aero Porter) 8/10

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