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Submitted by HanCilliers 459d ago | review

[MWEB GameZone Review] PayDay 2: The Real Cops and Robbers Simulator

MWEB GameZone reviews PayDay 2 and finds it to be the best Cops and Robbers Simulator to date.

Overkill Software really lived up to their name here. This is a crime simulator of note. Payday 2 takes what the first game did and moves further into an online space with more focus on co-operative play, which is rightfully where the series needed to be. Does it deliver the goods? Is it worth your hard earned cash or will it rob you blind? (PAYDAY 2, Xbox 360) -

HanCilliers  +   459d ago
What an outstanding review, it really made me itch to get my hands on the game
schmoe  +   459d ago
lol @ Sam Fisher need not apply here
Sillicur  +   459d ago
Now i need to buy another game!
bosbvok  +   459d ago
I didn't pay much attention to this game until I read this review. There is a lot more in it than I expected and it looks like a great game to play online multiplayer.

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