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Submitted by shaneryanTB 419d ago | review

The Best of PlayStation Network Volume 1 review | Thunderbolt

Sean Kelley, Thunderbolt writes:
Evaluating game collections is never an easy proposition, especially when said collection claims to be the ‘best’ of something. As it is, The Best of PlayStation Network Vol. 1 is not what I would deem to be the very best PlayStation Network has to offer. It has a couple of good games, and it has a couple of great games, but it is mostly a surprising, curious collection of titles put to disc. (PS3, The Best of PlayStation Network Volume 1) 7/10

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