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Video Game Review
Shadow Force: Razor Unit
on Tuesday, October 23, 2012
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was pretty good. For a budget game, that is. But FUN Labs took the same game engine and most of the assets and made... another one. Little more than a mission pack sequel, does Shadow Force: Razor Unit
succeed on the merits of its predecessor?
No. Don't be ridiculous.
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