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Submitted by PlayDevilcom 2102d ago | review

Eat Lead: The Return Of Matt Hazard X360 review on PlayDevil

PlayDevil has posted an x360 review of the bizarre 3rd person shooter "Eat Lead: The Return Of Matt Hazard".

Here's a snip:

"Again, whilst it's difficult to tell whether it's intentional, given the style of the content, there are moments when the AI is utterly appalling, basically standing there just waiting to be shot. Either way, there are some terrible moments when stuff will spawn in right behind you with no warning and kill you- mostly it seems when you are going to fast for the game's liking and the spawning points haven't kept up with your own pace. Also, some enemies take to bullets like they are made of water, and the quick time events are fairly dull and repetitive, even by the standards of the genre." (Eat Lead: The Return Of Matt Hazard, Xbox 360) 65/100

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