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Submitted by Whatsupdog 562d ago | review

Defiance Review | Actiontrip

Actiontrip: Massively multiplayer online games have been around for a while now; long enough for players to have grown tired of the typical fantasy setting, play styles and reoccurring monthly billing structures to start looking around for something new to throw their cash at. Publishers seeking to get their share of the players’ cash have been spinning out new titles with varying play styles at a startling rate. (Defiance, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 7.4/10

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