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Defiance: "Down in the Ground Where the Dead Men Go": IGN Review

As someone who's experienced his fair share of multimedia tie-ins to video games, I look for one quality above all else when determining how successful a tie-in is. Does the tie-in tell a story compelling enough to thrive on its own if the video game never existed at all? That's an especially important question for me, as I have no plans on actually playing the game in the foreseeable future. Fortunately, the answer is a definite yes in this case. This show certainly has its flaws, but it doesn't need the MMORPG companion as a crutch.

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alycakes3578d ago

I don't agree with the rating. I think the characters are awesome. I didn't think I was going to like it...that it would be difficult to keep up with it and all the different cultures and characters but I like it a lot and think it's going to be pretty good if they keep the stories interesting.

neoragex3573d ago

I think this show has got serious potential, which makes me happy to see. Rather than just give up on it because it's not satisfying my sci fi itch straight away ill be patient and let it run its course. I hope others do the same