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Gamer 2.0: The Last Guy Review

The Last Guy is certainly one of those quirky, simple games that don't look fun at all until you get your hands on the game and see it for yourself. With fifteen stock levels and four unlockable levels, there's a good amount of content here for a $10 game, but incorporating the web version's ability to generate levels from your own pictures would have been an interesting way to extend the life of this game. The Last Guy is easily one of those great pick-up-and-play titles that you pick up to play for ten to twenty minutes to kill some time instead of a game like PixelJunk Eden that you'd lose a day by getting lost in its visual trance.

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