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Submitted by MK_Red 3005d ago | review

IGN's Scarface: The World Is Yours Wii Edition Review

Games based on licensed properties, especially films, have had a long and bad rap, though for a while it was for good reason. Not too many years ago it was extremely rare that'd you find a licensed game that even bordered on being decent, though over the past few years gamers have seen a surprising number of great and even excellent movie-based games. With Scarface: The World is Yours, Sierra and Radical Entertainment have not only furthered the "new" expectation of licensed titles but have created one of the best so far. (Scarface: The World Is Yours, Wii) 6.5/10

anthonsh  +   3005d ago
Good IR control hey? I'll have to rent this one.
unsunghero28  +   3005d ago
Yeah.
Everyone has been pretty complimentary lately of "pixel-perfect" accuracy on the Wii.

I think that if MP3 can really implement it well then a lot of skeptics will be converted.

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