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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:11am 16/12/11 | 0 Comments
The 2011 reviews are finally beginning to slow to a crawl, with only a handful of games left to close out the year, as well as the small trickles of DLC for existing titles, such as the first Gears of War 3 DLC pack, Raam's Shadow.

We gave review duties to one ko-zee-ii based purely on his love of phallic symbols, and euphemisms because, let's face it, General "Raam" is pretty telling, and his sword is, well... you get the picture.

The content sets up the trilogy as you know it today, while adding the fantasy of actually playing as General Raam for a section as he decimates the good guys -- sounds like fun.

Click here for ko-zee-ii's review.



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