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Submitted by PhenomenalDay 568d ago | review

Turbo: Super Stunt Squad Review [Capsule Computers]

Andrew Day of Capsule Computers wrote:

Licensed games are always to be approached with caution in this day and age, especially for movie tie-ins. Sadly, Turbo: Super Stunt Squad doesn’t do a very good job of breaking any of the stigmas and stereotypes associated with tie-in games, and in fact actually emphasises them. Slow and sluggish controls, visuals and menus that look like they were ripped from a PS1 game, all coupled with an odd choice of game genre make Turbo a hard sell, even for die hard fans. (3DS, Nintendo DS, PS3, Turbo: Super Stunt Squad, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360) 4/10

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