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Submitted by Fivespot 729d ago | opinion piece

The Year of the Brawler Part I: Anarchy Reigns

I'm a feeder bar gamer. Like a test rat I need buttons to smash to release endorphin pellets into my half-starved cortex. I get into games like Arkham City, Red Dead Redemption, and Hitman: Absolution - and when I'm playing titles like these I'm not just a guy with a controller in his hands, I'm completely invested, heart and soul, into these characters and their surroundings. (Anarchy Reigns, Industry, PS3, Xbox 360)

ShaunCameron  +   729d ago
I ended up getting the XBox 360 version of AR at GameStop (EB Games) when all the stores I went to to find it ran out of the PS3 version. While it isn't exactly the best title Platinum made, I sure had a lot of fun playing and re-playing it for extra Achievements and platinum medals for the stage.

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