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Submitted by Tuxmask55 675d ago | review

Fresno Bee Game review: 'Pacific Rim: The Video Game' should remain beneath the earth

In today's profit-based society, you cannot have a summer blockbuster movie without having a game that ties into the experience. While video games based on movies have not always had a positive track record, companies still focus on releasing them to capitalize on the popularity of the film. There are a few exceptions to the rule, and the latest game attempts to be added to that short list. "Pacific Rim: The Video Game" allows players to control the monsters and robots seen in the movie. Does the game harness the ferocity of the Kaiju or does it crumble under the weight of the Jaegers? (Pacific Rim, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 5/10

Majin-vegeta  +   675d ago
So the FresnoBee is now reviewing games??-_-

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