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The Fight: Lights Out Review

The Fight: Lights Out could've easily been a classic for the PlayStation 3, and the game that could truly show users what the PlayStation Move was all about. It's a fighting game that relies more on real-time movement than bedazzling special attacks, projectile throwing or ridiculous combo attacks. In other words, it's a lot like being in a fight club, only without the danger of feeling actual... Read Review

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