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Insomniac Games has quite a history behind them when it comes to game development, including their most famous two series; Ratchet & Clank and Spyro. So when you take a look at Sunset Overdrive you may be surprised to see that it isn't like something they've done before, but at the same time it still has that Insomniac feel to it.

To help us explain just what that feeling is, and of course what Sunset Overdrive brings exclusively to the Xbox One, is our own James “Jickle” O’Connor.
Sunset Overdrive may not be the deepest experience, but it’s a game that shows evidence of immaculate craft. Insomniac Games have always been good at excess, but Sunset Overdrive manages to take a series of absurd ideas and concepts and render them coherent, giving you a playground that constantly rewards your actions.
Read on for the full review of Sunset Overdrive to see just what the game has in store.



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groganus
Posted 03:37pm 29/10/14
I'm just looking forward to having a game to play on my netflix player Xbox One
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