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The Club

The Club is a loosely organised and highly illegal underground entity. The Club is a meeting ground for those seeking the ultimate in vicarious thrills, and those who want to watch them. You have been entered into the sport, and must fight to survive.

VideoGamer.com Score:

9

Our Verdict: The Club is one of the finest examples of bringing the essence of arcade gaming to modern consoles and a game no adrenaline junkie should pass up.

Latest Articles for The Club

Farewell Bizarre... it’s been an absolute pleasure!

Video dedicated to all the talented guys & girls at Bizarre Creations.

4 Publish date Feb 18 2011

SEGA wanted The Club Sequel

Bizarre says marketing on the first game was poor because it couldn't sign on to a sequel.

1 Publish date May 7 2009

Best Games of 2008: 50-41

Our countdown of the top games released this year begins now.

8 Publish date Dec 21 2008

The Club: Xbox 360 Vs PlayStation 3

We put the two console versions of SEGA's excellent shooter in a ring together. Which comes out on top?

20 Publish date Feb 12 2008

UK Video Game Chart: Devil May Cry 4 is top

Capcom's next-gen sequel is the first in series to reach the All Formats No.1.

2 Publish date Feb 12 2008

Monday Morning Rant

The Great PS3 Rip-off: Do we pay more for PS3 games than we do for Xbox 360 games?

9 Publish date Feb 11 2008

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SEGA wanted The Club Sequel in Article Comments

Triggerhappytel's Avatar

Still seems a bit stupid of Sega though - why bother publishing it at all if you're not going to give it a marketing push?!

Best Games of 2008: 50-41 in Article Comments

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I hope Gears 2 isn't even in the top 10. That game was a huge disappointment. It requires no skill, and completely ruined the atmosphere of Gears 1. They destroyed what could've been a good game by...

by mysterymeat3

Game Stats

Release Date: 08/02/2008
Developer: Bizarre Creations
Publisher: Sega
Genre: Action
No. Players: 1-8
Rating: BBFC 15
Site Rank: 8,344 178
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