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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 1010d ago | review

BrashGames' Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor Review

BrashGames:

Kinect has been screaming out for a true ‘core’ experience since the day it was released, and while Sega’s Rise of Nightmares did attempt to deliver a more traditional, adult gaming experience to the world of Kinect, due to its somewhat shocking lack of quality, was quickly dismissed by both the hardcore and the casual gamer alike. While Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor is by no means perfect (far from it), it is a damn site better than Rise of Nightmares and, despite its technical hiccups, highlights the kind of unique gaming experience that can be delivered by Microsoft’s hands free controller. (Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor, Xbox 360) 7/10

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