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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 813d ago | review

Empire: Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor Review

Empire: In the past, playing Steel Battalion required using a 40-button controller that was almost a metre wide, weighed as much as a four-month-old baby, and made anyone using it look like a dork. Mercifully, for the latest in Capcom’s ambitious blasting series, the developers have ditched the monstrous controller in favour of the Kinect, which magically puts players in a virtual cockpit from which they can rain death on their opponents. In the process, they also created the Xbox 360’s worst game. (Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor, Xbox 360) 1/5

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