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Play with big balls in Wipeout 2


7:15 PM on 08.18.2011
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To be clear, the Wipeout I am referring to is the one based on the ABC tv show, not the totally awesome racing game. So if you like the show, or you enjoyed the first installment of the game, you can check this one out on any of the three major consoles (the PlayStation and Xbox 360 versions will require the Move and Kinect respectively), as well as the DS and 3DS.

For anyone who has never seen the show or played the game, Wipeout is pretty much just people running crazy and extremely difficult obstacle courses. I have only seen about half an episode before but the point is to get to the end with the best time. The game will be more of that but will also allow up to four players, so you can compete against friends. While I may have doubts about playing the game myself, watching friends jump around and get slaughtered will always be fun.








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