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The Italian Job
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Description

Charlie Croker and his gang are left for dead in Venice after being double-crossed during one of the biggest gold heists ever. Taking on the role of Charlie and his gang members, you must wreak vengeance on the man who betrayed you and reclaim the gold. Recapture the high-octane thrills of the 2003 blockbuster movie by creating the largest traffic jam in L.A. history and attempting your escape in super-charged MINI Coopers.

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Full Review
Written by Tony Kennetz on 07/31/03
The driving engine was on the mark and the graphics were above average. Everything else pretty much went straight down, however, leaving for an abysmal experience that will have you sleeping before its over (even if it isn't even as long as the movie itse


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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
PlayStation 2
PUBLISHER:
Eidos Interactive
DEVELOPER:
Climax
GENRE: Driving
PLAYERS:   1-2
RELEASE DATE:
June 24, 2003
ESRB RATING:
Teen
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