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Submitted by illegalyouth 769d ago | review

Middle Manager of Justice is all business, no gameplay (review) | GamesBeat

Double Fine's foray into free-to-play is just the latest example of a business model taking precedence over good game design. (iPad, iPhone, Middle Manager of Justice) 40/100

Tolkoto  +   769d ago
That's a bummer. I prefer living in world where Double Fine can do no wrong.
Lifeequals42  +   769d ago
No part of playing a video game as a middle manager sounds fun to me :P
wita  +   769d ago
Ugh, I cringe every time I hear some of these games coming down to "waiting a lot or paying a lot." Bad design!
alien626  +   769d ago
i been playing this game and i love it. dont listen to this review

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