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Submitted by GodisaGeek 1513d ago | review

GodisaGeek.com : PopCap Hits Vol. 2 Review

Indie publishing legends Mastertronic have been in the budget videogames lark for many years now. Hell, we fondly remember their often excellent budget C64 and Speccy cassette releases from the 1980′s that you could pick up from seemingly anywhere, even petrol stations and newsagents. These days they are still rollin’ deep in the game, currently pimping out four-strong compilations straight from the barrel of casual gaming overlords, PopCap.

We have already taken a gander at the first such volume of titles, and found it to be a bit of a mixed bag. There were problems in that only two out of the four games on the disc were genuinely worth the outlay on the whole package, and caution was advised with a side order of “purchase the decent titles seperately”. Does the same apply to PopCap Hits Volume 2 though, or is it a better compilation? (Feeding Frenzy 2, Heavy Weapon, Plants vs Zombies, PopCap Hits Vol. 2 , Xbox 360, Zuma) 6/10

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