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  • Summary: [Playstation Network] In a world where you’ve destroyed Downtown like a giant reptilian beaver and you’ve called da shot in the Amusement Park, a new environment arrives. Seven gameplay modes, three selectable launcher positions, a muscle-bound gladiator, a doomed sinking ship, an[Playstation Network] In a world where you’ve destroyed Downtown like a giant reptilian beaver and you’ve called da shot in the Amusement Park, a new environment arrives. Seven gameplay modes, three selectable launcher positions, a muscle-bound gladiator, a doomed sinking ship, an adrenaline-fueled car leap over a helicopter – it’s all available now in the highly anticipated add-on environment, PAIN: Movie Studio. [Sony] Expand
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  1. 60
    This time around, though, I can't help but feel that even $5 would be too much. Throw in unlocking The Hoff and you're quickly approaching the cost of just the base game in the first place. Sorry, kids, but this bit of nickel and diming can't be excused this time around.
  2. Take a pass on this lackluster studio tour.
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  1. JeffH
    Nov 30, 2008
    5
    Provided a few laughs, but not nearly as detailed or well thought out as the first two locations. Just an excuse to throw a lot of differentProvided a few laughs, but not nearly as detailed or well thought out as the first two locations. Just an excuse to throw a lot of different themes together (western, titanic, aliens, gladiators, ww2, etc). Despite all of that it seemed really deserted. Would have like to have seen something more cohesive setting. Why is the water solid? Expand