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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 551d ago | review

Zero Punctuation's Anarchy Reigns Review

This week, Zero Punctuation reviews Anarchy Reigns. (Anarchy Reigns, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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maniacmayhem  +   551d ago
As much as I'm tired of the Zero Punctuation review style he is definitely on point with this one.
I really love Platinum studios and I really wanted to love this game but there are a lot of problems with it. I do love the ideas and concept but I think they need to be fleshed out and streamlined a bit more.

And yea I am also getting tired of every character being a Marcus Fenix rip with the same cigar smoking voice. The strangest/funniest scene is when Jack is in this family park sitting on a bench watching his daughter play ball with beautiful flowers, birds chirping and the sun shinning around him and he's wearing chains around every wrist and ankle, metal skulls over leather pants and just looking like he stepped out of a GWAR concert. Just a weird juxtaposition.

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