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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 737d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: R.I.P. Rally Review

Pocket Gamer: In the '60s, the proliferation of zombie films in multiplexes around the world was seen as a natural reaction on the part of filmmakers to the horrors of the era.

In the news coverage of that era, broadcasters would show charred corpses each every day, while the ever-present threat of nuclear destruction hung over the world. Death, plus the absence of control, was on everyone's minds. (iPad, R.I.P Rally) 3/10

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