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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1401d ago | review

GameStyle - Wrecked: Revenge Revisited review

GameStyle - Sometimes there are games from the past that you look at and want to see re-released on modern consoles. You don't want anything done to them, just re-packaged and sold, with maybe minor adjustments for higher resolution screens. Games have made the jump, from Rayman 3 and Metal Gear Solid, to Silent Hill and Devil May Cry, all big titles, all released to mixed receptions. However, there was a game released in the PS3 and XBOX era that may not have sold as many copies as the biggest games of the time, but it had a firm fan base and when news of a sequel (of sorts) for XBLA was announced, hopes were raised. (PS3, Wrecked – Revenge Revisited, Xbox 360) 7/10

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