Emmanuel Brown was sent to Sega's UK HQ in order to play The Club, he shares his opinion on the game in our exclusive review. This third-person shooter is a change of pace for Bizarre Creations, most known for their racing titles. Is this change a positive one? Read the review to see what Emmanuel thinks.
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Overall though, the fact that a large portion of the shooter audience will be turned off by the core design doesn't alter the fact that Bizarre has undoubtedly accomplished every goal set in the original remit. The Club is an adrenaline-fuelled, addictive theme park ride with an all-day free pass. The very best qualities of several genres have been put to innovative and well implemented use here, and whilst I cant recommend it to everybody, if you enjoy shooting games and get caught up in the 'just one more try' mentality of Geometry Wars and the like, it's undoubtedly worth a look.
The Club review
06 February 2008 | By Graymur