Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway does “OK” at review

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 24 September 2008 06:36 GMT

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The embargo’s up and the scores are in. Some of them are, anyway. Gearbox’s Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway got a bit of a weak thumbs up from all and sundry overnight, meaning you should probably play it. We’re going to buy it, but then we’re suckers for gun. Some examples below.

IGN’s video review’s after the break.

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