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Submitted by mathsman 379d ago | review

Review: Alien Spidy | Metro Gaming

The Xbox LIVE Arcade has evolved as a platform in the seven years since its launch. Where once we were offered high-definition ports of 80s and 90s classics we are now presented with production values far in excess of even the Xbox 360’s retail launch line-up. It’s an eye-opening state if affairs, and one which makes it difficult for unique experiences to get noticed in the same way as they might at retail stores. (Alien Spidy, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

toxic-inferno  +   379d ago
From reading the review, I'm guessing that's supposed to be 80 out of 100?
mathsman  +   379d ago
Sorry, my bad! 8/10. ;)

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