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Submitted by GodisaGeek 418d ago | article

RePlayed: Wet

GodisaGeek: "Given the sudden resurgence in “grindhouse” movies in the mid-noughties (thanks mostly to the efforts of Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez with films like Kill Bill, Planet Terror and Death Proof), it was only a matter of time before a game developer took the idea and ran with it. Although Artificial Mind and Movement’s Wet wasn’t the first game to emulate this niche style of film-making, it is one of the most prolific, and certainly one of the most extreme examples, cutting a slurry of different concepts together like cheap narcotics, from its 70’s-themed soundtrack to the OTT violence, bad language, over-sexualisation and deliberate rough edges." (PS3, WET, Xbox 360)

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