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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 06:08pm 04/12/07 | 1 Comments
It's not all good this holiday season, and despite just how high some of the industry's scores have been for a lot of titles in the last few months, we still have our fair share of bad to trawl through. Enter Lair, a fantasy dragon-flight game from Factor 5, the folks who brought us the Rogue Squadron series on the N64 and GameCube. However, unlike those games, Lair lacks in almost every way, yet ironically copies many traits from the aforementioned series. Click here for our thoughts on just why this is a game you don't want to find under the tree this Xmas.



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