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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:19pm 18/07/11 | 3 Comments
As something of a resident bicycle hero, Andy "Butters" Bulmer was our obvious first choice for reviewing Le Tour de France (he was a champion paper boy, and rode competitive BMX as a kid before settling into grown-up bikes and riding crazy long-distances).

Fortunately for the game, he had a passion for its subject matter and thus pushed through its major shortcomings. Unfortunately for the game, this means anyone without a heavy interest in cycling or the Tour, it's going to be a hard slog to really sell.

Click here for his full thoughts.

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Posted 05:22pm 18/7/11
Hmmm I'd like to try this one out. Can I get it on Steam for Mac?
Randy Cambell
Posted 06:44pm 18/7/11
Gay! it would be fun though if it was like lemmings or something and you could lead them into barbwire fences and of cliffs! stupid rodies.
Posted 07:49pm 18/7/11
Hmmm I'd like to try this one out. Can I get it on Steam for Mac?



classic billy, classic!

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