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Submitted by s8anicslayer 2136d ago | review

BoomTown Review: Hired Guns - The Jagged Edge

BoomTown writes: "Being forced to lower the difficulty of a game thirty minutes in is not what I would consider a well orchestrated experience – especially since twenty-five of those minutes were spent in Hired Guns' many statistic management windows. I don't expect to find refuge in the normal difficulty setting on every game, but the kind of resistance that warrants such a downgrade is rarely encountered when you've barely even learnt the control scheme." ( Hired Guns: The Jagged Edge, PC) 4/10

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