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Narco Terror (XBLA) Review – Relentless, Mind Numbing, Rage Inducing Madness | C.O.G.

Narco Terror is a twin-stick action shooter inspired from the classic action 80′s movies but is it worth downloading?

"It’s not very often that I walk away from a game in such a tizzy where I have to stop myself from a ‘controller throwing rage quit’ episode. Well, Deep Silver and Rubicon Organization’s Narco Terror game for the XBLA managed to push me to that point. For the most part, I consider myself a level headed and even tempered fella but every once in a while someone or something pushes me to that point where I lose my shit. Narco Terror did just that. It is not that Narco Terror is necessarily a bad game. There are many positive elements at play here. It is just one that frustrated the crap out of me (on top of all the other issues) and in the end Narco Terror remains a downloadable game that should only be played if you really have nothing else on the go." (Narcoterror, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 47/100

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