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God, why? Why do bad games happen to good people?

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If you check out my profile and reviews, then you'd know that I'm a huge fan of survival-horror games. I try to give lesser known games a chance, maybe show them to people who missed them back in their heydey. So, when I found Virus: It is Aware, I thought I had found another game that would quietly impress.

Holy shit, was I wrong. This travesty of a video game was "based" on a movie by the same name starring Jamie Lee Curtis. Never saw the movie, but I will go ahead and guarantee that the movie is better. I'll just throw the main points out:

[1] The game has NO story.
[2] The game is French, and the English subtitles are ass.
[3] The game is buggy beyond belief.
[4] The game is RIDICULOUSLY hard to beat (due to [3]).
[5] The ending is...wait, what ending?

Happily, this game was never released in the U.S. Not so happily, I actually paid money to play this crap.


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Added by astro_man23
6 years ago on 23 February 2011 02:34


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Posted: 6 years, 5 months ago at Mar 17 17:58
Bad games happen to good people because the developer wants to rush the product as quickly as possibly to make the most profit. But I am sure as any somewhat informed gamer could tell you most licensed video games are shit.

Great review. Straight and to the point.
Posted: 6 years, 5 months ago at Mar 17 20:03
I think in this case, the bad game happened because it came from France, land of the 35-hour work week.

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