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4.5 out of 10

25 To Life

Set in the heart of today's urban cities, 25 To Life places game Read more

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Overall 10

I received the game thank you :)

Alex Raymond "Alex Raymond", Amazon
22 October 2014
Overall 6

a quick game to play

ben172, Dooyoo
12 March 2009
  • Excerpt: Published by Avalanche Software and made in January 2007, 25 to Life is a third person shooter. The game is rated 18 and is playable as both single player and multiplayer. Story You play as one of three characters throughout the game the main character being Freeze an African American, Freeze is a low level criminal who commits crime with his friend Shaun Calderon to help support his family, Freeze wants to get out of the trade and set a proper example to his young son...
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Overall 2

Serves me right for playing budget games...

Stunt 101, Dooyoo
31 August 2007
  • Excerpt: I don't usually play budget games, as I think if they're only charging you £20 or whatever cheap price they're charging you, it means the developers have put little effort into it and are only trying to sell you for the price. I think the only budget game I've played is Family Guy: The Videogame and that was because it was based on one of my favourite TV shows. Yet, it somehow sparked my interest when I saw 25 to Life in GAME for £15, when it wasn’t very old then.
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Overall 6

Great Game, But WAY too short.!

K. Pellerin "kibbles_bits", Amazon
24 April 2006
  • Summary: I started the game off thinking "Man this is really good!" 1 Hour later I asked myself as I saw the credits scroll down the screen "Is it REALLY over so soon?" The Game reminds me alot of the missions in Grand Theft Auto. NOTE: THIS GAME IS 99% FOR PEOPLE WITH ONLINE CAPABILITIES! This game was not mainly developed though for single player (as I soon found out) And the items you earn from completing primary and secondary mission objectives, give you cool accesorys on...
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