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Submitted by armycore 1470d ago | review

Original Gamer Review - Section 8: Prejudice

Original Gamer: "Section 8: Prejudice has recently joined the trend of XBLA titles that are being ported to the PSN. Prejudice is a downloadable only follow up to Section 8. The first person shooter genre has not received all that much treatment in the downloadable market, which is strange because the short nature of shooter campaigns would seem to lend themselves to that segment. Due in part to a lack of downloadable competition and a summer drought of shooters, Section 8: Prejudice manages to be an overall enjoyable experience, most notably for its multiplayer, but also for the surprising 4-6 hour single player experience as well." (PS3, Section 8: Prejudice) 8.5/10

TKCMuzzer  +   1470d ago
Best £10 quid I have spent on a downloadable title for ages. If you have 3 other mates, get it for the swarm mode, great co-op game.

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