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ZTGD | Mad Max Review

Justin Celani writes: Nostalgia, remakes, and sequels go hand in hand. They can sometimes be fans most hyped releases or their biggest worry. It’s not that sequel or remakes always go bad but when they do, it’s usually utter disappointment and a disservice to the IP. With the more recent release of the new Mad Max film, Fury Road, moviegoers everywhere were able to see a franchise not only return years later but being just as great as prior entries and stick to what makes Mad Max work. A video game iteration of the series was in the works separate from the movie over the last few years and Avalanche Studios has finally dropped their vision of this crazy post-apocalyptic world, yet does it hold the franchise to its insane world and does taking that vision to a video game format work?

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