Submitted by Haly 2081d ago | review

Halycopter Review: Afro Samurai

Have you ever wondered what goes through the mind of Quentin Tarantino? What kind of disturbing dreams he might have? Maybe he just dreams of fluffy bunny rabbits roaming fields happily, but Halycopter.com suspects that really he dreams of a world like Afro Samurai. Afro Samurai is probably the most violent game Halycopter.com has ever seen. If the Daily Mail bothered to pay attention to games other than Grand Theft Auto or Manhunt, the entire office would have a heart attack watching just the first five minutes of Afro Samurai. The game is truly unrelenting with its depictions of violence and excessive use of strong language. If ever a game was deserving of an 18 certificate, this is it. If you are a prude, stop right here. You won't like this game one bit; Halycopter.com hasn't even explained the sexual references in the game yet. This is most definitely a game for open minded adults, and no one else. (Afro Samurai, Xbox 360) -

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