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Submitted by s8anicslayer 1987d ago | review

Gamernode: 0 Day: Attack on Earth Review

In an age where games compete to be noticed amid countless others, especially on Xbox Live Arcade, developers need to create a product that will stand out prominemtly above the rest. While neat-looking Google-Earth-like maps of major metropolitan areas seem to be the thing that makes Gulti and Square Enix's 0 Day: Attack on Earth do just that, dull gameplay and some of the worst friendly AI ever tear that interest to shreds. Combine it with a complete lack of fellow gamers playing online sessions and you've got yourself a game very unworthy of its asking price. (0 Day Attack on Earth, Xbox 360) 3/10

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