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Variety: Pretty in Pink; Clueless; Mean Girls Review

Variety:
Mass-market casual games rarely make strides in innovation, relying instead on the appeal of the familiar. Paramount is doubling down on that trend by pairing tried-and-true game forms with popular films from different eras in its new three-pack of femme-friendly PC games developed with Legacy Interactive: "Pretty in Pink" represents the '80, "Clueless" the '90s, and millennial "Mean Girls" rounds out the trio. Result is derivative and pandering, but with just enough surprises to satisfy a target audience with low expectations

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