This is one click you don't wanna join.
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November 22nd, 2010
Well, I had a great life... If nobody is going to do review this game, then I'll have to be that poor unfortunate soul to do it. Icarly 2: I join the click! is one of those games that has absolutely no effort put into it, which is sad because this game was made by Activision. You know, the guys that made call of duty black ops and golden eye? The gameplay, control-wise is broken beyond repair, the controls are very broken, as it's a 50/50 work don't respond, this game looks like it's trying to impersonate the Sims miserably. As far as graphics go, this could be one of the ugliest games of 2010, if you thought Anubis 2 was bad, well let's just say this game makes Anubis 2 look like Super Mario Galaxy 2, this game is god awfully ugly. And what's worse, the character models all look seriously deformed. Even the voice cast from the show is wrong, while it does in fact have Miranda Cosgrove, Gibby's voice actor isn't the right one, neither are some of the other characters. All in all Icarly is best described as an absolute mess, and fans might, and I MEAN MIGHT, have a little dot of fun.
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