The Hustle: Detroit Streets (US Version) (PSP) Reviews
Product Type: Activision PSP games
Description:Genre: Sports, Rating: T - (Teen), Manufacturer: Activision
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Customer The Hustle: Detroit Streets (US Version) (PSP) Reviews (1)
by mdstone - written on 02/02/10
I would consider myself as a keen admirer of pool games on the whole and after owning a PSP with a limited amount of games I decided to search for the best pool game available for my hand held device. After browsing online for pool related games I was somewhat surprised at how few there were on the market. Officially there are only 3 currently available to buy; Pocket Pool, World of Pool and The Hustle: Detroit Streets (not to be confused with the Kung Fu movie). I read some reviews on these games from a selection of computer game sites and quickly discovered that The Hustle was the best option. The other two games are somewhat hard to get hold of. Take ... Read the complete review
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