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Submitted by geekmandem 1195d ago | review

Gotham City Impostors Review - RivalTide

"Gotham City impostors is a team based first person shooter currently available on the Xbox Live Marketplace and Playstation Network for about $15. In it you take the role of a member of one of two gangs, a group of vigilante crimefighters dressed, rather poorly, as the Dark Knight himself or a group of sadistic murderers and criminals who model themselves after the Joker. The game doesn’t really give much of a reason for fighting beyond they either look up to the batman or the joker and even that’s not really true as you’ll constantly be switching teams between matches so the hero gotham deserves you will not be." (Gotham City Impostors, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 7/10

Blaine  +   1195d ago
Reads like it was written by a 15 year old. When you can only think about criticizing the review rather than take into account their impressions of the game, then it's clearly a poor review. Not up to standards to be submitted to N4G.

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