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JP_Hurh By:
JP_Hurh
07/27/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Shooter 
PLAYERS 1- 4 
PUBLISHER Sega 
DEVELOPER Bizarre Creations Studios 
RELEASE DATE  
M Contains Blood, Strong Language, Violence

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Congratulations, you've shot your car.

click to enlargeYou’re big into motor vehicles. Like, you’re the type of guy who refers to your truck not as “my truck” or even “my monstrous Dodge,” but as “The Dodge,” as in “Sorry bud, I can’t go to the ball game cause I’ve got to work on The Dodge.” As if there were only one Dodge truck in existence which everyone knows is in your garage.

At first, you won’t see why “The Club” is perfect for you. There isn’t even a vehicle in the game. But play through its hectic timer-running levels and you’ll soon see that The Club is not as much a shooter as it is a race. Or, perhaps more properly, a destruction derby.

As a contestant on a Running Man type game show, you will blast your way through tight linear environments, trying to keep your combo score up and tagging point bonuses along the way. It’s Burnout with a gun, and though it doesn’t have any wheels, you’ll make the exception in this case. With any luck, dodging bullets will be your new Dodge. Excuse me, The Dodge.

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