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Die Hard
Yippee-okay
by Harry Slater 18/2/2013
Product: Die Hard
Format: Android, iPhone, iPad
Genre: Action, Film/ TV tie- in, Shooter
Players: 1
Version: Europe
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Thematically, Die Hard - the game of the most recent Bruce Willis-fronted action movie A Good Day To Die Hard - has a lot in common with the original movie. It's about greed, violence, and one man facing apparently insurmountable odds.

The similarities end there, though, because this new digital take on Die Hard is a poorly put together endless-runner that, while showing some potential, is too often knee-capped by strange decisions and hilariously bad ideas.

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Summary
It might be ugly, stupid, and often unintentionally hilarious, but Die Hard is fun enough that for whatever brief period of your life you waste on it you won't mind
RATINGS
Audio/visual: 5
Gameplay: 5
Value: 4
Innovation: 4
Overall: 5
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