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Submitted by MikeCosimano 897d ago | review

The Denpa Men: They Came by Wave Review - Velocity Gamer

"Every so often, a game comes along that is nearly impossible to define on its own terms. Darksiders, Sleeping Dogs, Battlefield 3’s main campaign, and Dead Island are fine examples of games that can be easily described by just naming a similar game. You could talk about Dead Island’s four player co-op zombie killing mayhem with the promise of crazy loot, or you could just say ‘It’s like Borderlands and Left 4 Dead combined’ and assume the people reading a video game website know what you’re talking about. So I hope you’ll forgive me when I say The Denpa Men is basically Pokemon if Pokemon took full advantage of the 3DS’ technology." - Mike C, Velocity Gamer (3DS, The Denpa Men: They Came By Wave) 4/5

Chrono  +   896d ago
I love this game

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