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Submitted by shaunmcilroy 2168d ago | review

Kap vs Videogames: Eat Lead Review

Kapil Bhatt of One Last Continue writes:

I've come to a point where I no longer wished to review games normally. Realizing this, Shaun and I decided that a challenge should be set for each review. For Eat Lead, I was to achievement whore. The challenge was set that I was to get one thousand Gamerscore from Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard on the Xbox 360 by the end of Tuesday, 5th May. A tale of endurance, this is my experience from a score of zero, to one thousand points. Throughout this challenge review there are certain words which have links, click them for more images.

As a game claiming to be a modern day Parodius, making fun of its own medium, I was curious as to how Eat Lead would perform creatively. Once the game was in my hands, I soon found out that it effectively does so with finesse. (Eat Lead: The Return Of Matt Hazard, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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