Heavy Fire: Special Operations 3D Review - NintendoLife

"Fool us once...
Slowly but surely, Teyon is on its way towards a half-way decent entry in its Heavy Fire series of military pop shooters. After squeezing out two downloadable disasters and an inexplicable retail release, Teyon returns to the well with Heavy Fire: Special Operations 3D — a reloaded version of that first WiiWare gem, now with added eye-popping dizzles and much-welcome tweaks. It's still not all that remarkable, but it's possibly the most fundamentally sound entry so far.", writes NintendoLife.

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