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Reviewed: Wild Wild West
Developer/Publisher: SouthPeak Interactive
Genre Type: Adventure
ESP: $39.99 Buy Wild Wild West From Gamestop
Required System: P266, 32mb Ram, 17mb HD, DX6.1+, Win95+
Reviewer's System: C400mhz @ 450mhz, 64mb Ram, G400, DX7.0, Win98
Related Games: Grim Fandago
ESRB Rating: Teen - Animated Violence, Mild Language
Overall Rating:
Author: Chris Kim       Date: January 7th 2000
Page: 1

Game Review:

Over the years, one thing has remained true, almost all people in the world have at least one or two common interests for their entertainment. The most common answers will likely be music and movies. Both have a very influential effect on other communities of entertainment such as those of videogames, books, plays, and musical shows around the world. In recent years, many new and innovative ideas have been hard to come by in nearly all forms of entertainment, videogames and movies being one of the largest culprits; the reason for so many sequels and prequels are coming out in both the movie and videogame industry. Some have even gone the adaptation road of making a form of entertainment from one media format to the other, this was proven true with the television show Wild Wild West which originally started on the small screen, moved to the silver screen in the summer of 1999, and now in late 1999/early 2000 into the PC videogame world.

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Added:  Friday, January 07, 2000
Reviewer:  Chris Kim
Page: 1/5

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