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It's not uncommon these days to see big name movie stars appear in video game form. Samuel L. Jackson, Martin Sheen, James Woods, and Liam Neeson have lent their voices to games in the last decade, and many more have lent their likenesses. However, the man who brought you John McClane was ahead of the curve in 1998 when he starred in Apocalypse for the PSone. Check out our look back at 32-bit Bruce, along with a particularly awful Replay Roulette.
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