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Submitted by Rashid Sayed 957d ago | review

Fuel Overdose Review (GamingBolt)

"The rise of downloadable games has been one of the more interesting elements of our current generation of consoles, with the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade offering some of the best value for money gaming experiences of the past five or six years. This kind of quality isn't unanimous across these marketplaces however, with plenty of slapdash coded cliches waiting to sucker you in with a cheap price tag. In opposition to such titles are games like Fuel Overdose. The debut title from indie startup i-Friqiya, Fuel is a game that offers a niche gaming experience for a competitive price point. It's fun, clever and offers a suspiciously decent lifespan, but its unique elements will likely prevent it from appealing to all kinds of gamers." (Fuel Overdose, PS3) 7/10

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