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Submitted by sistevens 506d ago | review

R.I.P.D The Game Review - Midlife Gamer

Currierox says "So just like clockwork a new film hits the big screens and along with it comes the obligatory video game cash in. Rushed out to quickly ride the hype gathered around whatever movie or property is the in thing at the moment. Now we are right to be wary whenever we see a movie licensed game hit the shelf but every once in a while it is done right and we get a nice companion to the film. RIPD fits into the former, I haven’t even seen the film and can see that this title screams rush job. So let’s get into it shall we." (PC, PS3, R.I.P.D. The Game, Xbox 360) 3/10

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