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Submitted by Cyrus365 1949d ago | review

UnNamed Gaming Review: Wanted: Weapons of Fate

UnNamed Gaming writes: "Wanted: Weapons of Fate follows along with its movie counter-part in a variety of similar ways. They are both short experiences packed with a lot of action but not a lot of substance to keep one coming back for more. Just like the film there is a lot of beautiful set pieces and must see action sequences but once its all been seen there isn't really a reason to go back to it and its not really worth the ticket price. Wanted: Weapons of Fate must know that it is a shallow video game with a short playtime because those few hours are simply a lot of fun. There are some shortcomings that keep Wanted: Weapons of Fate just a rental when it could have been so much more." (PC, PS3, Wanted, Xbox 360) 3/5

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