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Submitted by mathsman 589d ago | review

In-depth Review: Scourge: Outbreak - Electronic Theatre

Third-person action videogames have done a lot of remodelling on the current-generation without actually offering much in the way of progression. Specifically the subset dedicated to shooting; when Gears of War proved that the time had come to standardise a few mechanics every other title simply followed its lead. There’s been the odd bit of initiative here-and-there of course, but by-and-large the conventions of the genre are the same now as they were six years ago. Scourge: Outbreak. (PC, PS3, Scourge: Outbreak, Xbox 360) 48/100

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