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Devil's Third: offline review | Critical Gamer

This is gaming pulp fiction. It’s eighties TV cheese in videogame form, like The A Team (with a less coherent story) bathed in blood and given a dollop of T-Virus. It doesn’t deserve to be top of your shopping list, and isn’t worth paying full price for; but if it’s piqued your curiosity and you find it cheap, you’ll find that it easily holds your interest until the end. And the song that plays over the end credits is pretty good.

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