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Submitted by JBedford 846d ago | review

Shellrazer Review (Modojo)

John Bedford (Modojo): When you've got an armor-plated, melon pip-firing turtle, with an assortment of high-explosive and machine-gun armaments strapped onto it, you tend not to worry too much about the story of a game. You get the feeling that narrative progress and suspension of disbelief weren't high up on the list of Slick Entertainment's priorities during development, and if Shellrazer is the end result, then we'd like to see a little more of that approach. (iPad, iPhone, Shellrazer) 4/5

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