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Video Game Review
U.S. Most Wanted: Nowhere to Hide
on Sunday, November 4, 2012
The Budget Barrel is back, baby, with the third game in the "Harm Trilogy" (as Roland calls them): U.S. Most Wanted: Nowhere to Hide
, an FPS where you hunt down terrorists in vaguely-defined missions. Most Wanted
makes some changes to the engine and formula used by In Harm's Way
and Shadow Force
. How does it turn out? Badly. For everyone involved.
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