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Submitted by skynidas 2189d ago | review

GameVortex: Flock! Review

GameVortex writes: "As I said earlier, Flock! is in no way a bad game. It's polished and offers a lot for an XBLA game. At the same time, it never clicked with me. This is partially due to slow pacing and controls, but the $15 price tag is also a little too high. Again, I get that times are changing and with Flock!, you're getting a little more than you would normally expect from a downloadable game, but the price does help to magnify the game's flaws a little more. Flock! will find an audience, however before joining that group, you'll want to give the demo a try". ( Flock , PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 80/100

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