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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1388d ago | review

VideoGamer - PowerUp Heroes Review

VideoGamer - Super heroes are cool. That's one of the things that makes films like Iron Man and Thor so much fun - it's great to have a character who's so powerful yet at the same time incredibly charismatic. Ubisoft's Power Up Heroes for Kinect might give the impression that it turns you (well, your Xbox 360 Avatar) into someone on a par with Tony Stark, but the clumsy and broken fighting on offer ends up making you feel like the broken Samuel L Jackson from Unbreakable. (PowerUp Heroes, Xbox 360) 4/10

Shadonic  +   1388d ago
hmm i was looking forward to this game hopefully they will release a demo so i can see how it plays for me.
Bigpappy  +   1383d ago
Sounds bad. But as usual, I too will wait on the demo to make my final call on this.

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