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The-club-184496.4246047
6.9 out of 10

The Club

Join a misfit cast of killers forced to fight for their lives in Read more

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Really awsome

creptor , GameStop
22 January 2012
  • Summary: I absolutely love this game and I would play this game for hours at a time, you have some much fun just playing on easy killing while relaxing after a hard day. This game is so much fun. And if you want a challenge play on a hard difficulty.
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great game!!

mrbill , GameStop
13 February 2011
  • Summary: the game overall is simply a choose you're character, challenge, and map. the graphics are amazing for the time. but the game-play is were its at. basically you shoot things to reach a certain goal. when that goal is reached you run to the exit and you win. if the goal is not reached you get a message that says tough luck. overall the game is quite fun and i would buy it if i didn't own it.
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Gameplay 8
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Awesome Game!

Hunter or Hunted , GameStop
9 July 2009
  • Summary: This has to be one of the best shooters I have ever played. The action and sound is amazing and the shooting has never been more satasfying. I love how it is a tournament and you can access different maps and levels. I also like how they made 8 different people to fit your style of play. (Renwick FTW). The selection of guns and weapons is also good. The only thing I didn't like was that there was almost no storyline at all.
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Overall 10
10

Pretty good deal and pretty good game

rakuten
6 May 2009
  • Summary: Finished the entire game in one day........ took me all day long!!! interesting...... but later on its kinda monotonous......
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Present

Shadow, amazon.co.uk
11 December 2013
  • Summary: My boyfriend can't put this game down he likes how its unique to a lot of other games. Delivery was prompt.
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welcome to the club

happy beat "happy beat", amazon.co.uk
30 May 2009
  • Summary: i have to say i liked this game even though single player was pretty short lived,and though there is a multiplayer hardly anybody online plays it even though its fairly good fun to play.There are tournaments and single player events with online leaderboards these are the main part of the game,which would have beed vastly improved if they have had included an option to watch the top player replays.Presentation is good and the gameplay original it could be a classic, but...
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Overall 10
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"Unbelievable Value!"

Daniel, Mighty Ape
21 September 2008
  • Summary: Usually, when games pop up at such a budget price, it's because they suck like a Hoover and get review ratings resembling George W's IQ score. But, apart from a cover graphic that's likely to give you as much wood as a Tupperware colander and a title as exciting as belly button fluff, this game is a total blast.
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very good

Lj Carter, amazon.co.uk
31 August 2008
  • Summary: very good attempt by sega. good graphics and game play with a good choice of weapons, characters and levels addictive online
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spot on for its time

Mr. Daniel S. Wilson, amazon.co.uk
30 August 2008
  • Summary: brilliant online game with superb graphics and game play. how can people slag this off. every game gets repetitive but this is good because the outcomes are random and you can have a lot of different battles. this should have 5 star rating.
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A lost art.

Ianybean, Play.com
24 July 2008
  • Conclusion: The thing i love about the club is pretty much what everyone else hates about it, the fact that it's not pretending to be a film with a big dramatic story line. It's a game that knows it's a game and never tries to be anything else, a lost art in these days.
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