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Submitted by Farmhand 1109d ago | review

SFG’s Section 8: Prejudice PS3 Review

SFG writes: Timegate Studios released a download only sequel, to their title Section 8. It carries a price tag of around $15. It was released first on XBLA and PC, and by the time it got to the PSN, I was intrigued. It landed right in the middle of the summer drought, and with it being downloadable, I was drunk dialing with my credit card in no time. Titles like this are great for me, because I am a parent, in a house full of gamers and PS3s. Retail games with online multi-player, don’t allow me to play with my family, unless I purchase multiple copies. With the PSN this is not the case, as you are allowed to have 5 machines linked to your account. A $15 dollar purchase once, is a lot cheaper than $240, and lets my family enjoy the hobby we love together. (PS3, Section 8: Prejudice) 9/10

firemassacre  +   1109d ago
this game is pretty fun surprisingly

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