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Submitted by CeX 337d ago | review

Cex Review- Enemy Front

Sam Terry writes- Set in WWII, Enemy Front puts you in the role of Richard Hawkins, an anti-fascist war correspondent who finds himself caught up in the Resistance. Enemy Front is a visually beautiful game, and makes the most out of last gen technology. Unfortunately, a short campaign, poor voice acting, and a lack of online features let the game down. (Enemy Front, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 3/5

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