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Submitted by kragg 1374d ago | review

Splitkick - Rochard Review

Splitkick: For some reason, Recoil Games have decided to make these space pirates… pirates. Almost every enemy in the game is voiced by a ‘fabulous’ individual. Lisps, over-inflection, and lingering on syllables, it really doesn’t make any sense. I’m assuming that it was some attempt at juvenile humor, but in the end, you spend the entire game killing stereotypical homosexuals. (PC, Rochard) 4/10

admiralthrawn87  +   1374d ago
someone couldn't do the puzzles :( awww
ninjaman999  +   1374d ago
Wow, the voices were comical like in old cartoons, not the assumed voice of the average gay guy (Which is a dumb assumption) not to mention the puzzeles were damn awesome and kept things fun till the very end

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