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Soldier of Fortune: Payback  - Soldier of Fortune: Payback
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"For what it is worth though, let me just say that although Payback starts off well and lets players run around gunning ‘til their hearts are content, it very quickly gets old. The gimmick of gore soon wears off and then it’s clear exactly what Soldier of Fortune: Payback is – a mediocre game riddled with lazy design choices, cut corners and gameplay elements that got old long before I was even born. It may be good for the first five minutes and it may have a continued macabre charm for some, but most gamers would do best to avoid Payback entirely unless they’re sure that they too can get their cash back. "
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