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Submitted by GCO Gamer 1853d ago | article

SDCC 09: GI Joe: Rise of Cobra Impressions

It goes without saying that movie games suck. They do. If you've ever purchased one, you know that nine out of ten times, you regret that purchase, and the ten remaining percent you can't decide whether it was actually worthwhile or not. While it's bad enough the GI Joe movie looks like it could very well be crap nobody wanted to see, the game has remained a bit more mysterious. Until now.

The GI Joe game is similar to the recently released Wolverine; players pick a character from the GI Joe universe and fight off bad guys. It's much more linear, so everything is literally pointing you where to go, like Advent Rising, except without the openness. It is, in fact, an extremely closed game, but playing it by yourself is the reason why it would feel ridiculous. (Culture, Dev, G.I. Joe: The Rise of the Cobra, Mobile, PS2, PS3, PSP, Wii)

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