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Topic: The Simpsons: Hit & Run

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SuperMarioFan1995

1. Posted:

Who likes that game? I do! :) lot of fun to play! :)

If you agree with me, vote yes.

Or if you don't agree with me, vote no.

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I thought it was a lot of fun. The best Simpsons game (not that there's much competition...), if somewhat limited in scope. I got many hours of fun out of it.

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I'm a huge Simpsons fan and the game was good fun from what I can remember. Seems like I started getting aggravated towards the end of the game though, but I can't remember why, maybe repetitiveness. 2nd best Simpsons game I have played, after the arcade masterpiece.

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SuperMarioFan1995

4. Posted:

Yeah it was great fun! I still have it on my PC and PS2. Kinda reminds me of like a GTA game but it's rated T for Teens. Age rating of +7 in Europe. :)

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Chicken+Brutus wrote:

I thought it was a lot of fun. The best Simpsons game .

:O Over the The Simpsons arcade game? Not in my opinion.

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Philip_J_Reed

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I'd rank it above the Arcade Game, but that's just personal preference. It's a near enough second.

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Stevie

7. Posted:

It was fun for a while but I agree with Jerichoholic Josh, it did start to get tedious and it couldn't hold my attention long enough for completion.

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edhe

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I'm a fan of Simpsons Hit and Run, but I keep selling it (I've owned it twice). Usually, my playtime descended into repeatedly running down Barney Gumble......And watching him fly over the windscreen*. Now that you've brought it up, I wouldn't mind playing it again, but I know I'd get bored of it eventually.

The same can be said with The Sims: Busting Out - I really fancy a go on that as well, but alas...

(* And also, kicking people down the street)

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Quite a fun game. The missions are a bit repetitive but over all I had a great time with it. There's some pretty hillarious cheats that add to the replay value (and fun factor)

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