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Celebrity Video Game Reviews (RunDLC)

Some of us have always felt that there's little point in writing long reviews. First, a lot of people skip to the closing paragraph and/or final score, and second, you don't need 1500 words to tell someone whether a game's good or bad. A sentence or two is all it takes to sway a person one way or the other.

On that note, we recently came across much shorter and to the point reviews written by celebrities. Normally, we don't get much out of Hollywood, since its stars either don't play games or shamelessly promote the game attributed to whatever movie they're also shamelessly promoting, but these guys are on point. Let us know if you agree.

Chris Buffa (RunDLC)

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