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Submitted by discordman 973d ago | review

Tank! Tank! Tank! Review [Capsule Computers]

Dustin Spencer from Capsule Computers writes: "Tank! Tank! Tank! may have the oddest name out of all of all of the Wii U's launch titles, but it actually comes from a franchise of sorts with a long, illustrious history, dating back to the 1974 cabinet simply labeled "Tank". In 1995, Namco brought about Tokyo Wars (acting as a spiritual successor), which changed the gameplay up entirely, letting players take to the streets and blast all enemy vehicles in set number of time. Yeah, the premise was simple, but the game continued it's legacy nearly 15 years later in arcades, with Tank! Tank! Tank! blowing a hole into the dying genre with new, unique features and a more over-the-top style. The Wii U is certainly a capable system to handle an arcade inspired title, but is Tank! Tank! Tank! right for the Wii U?" (Tank! Tank! Tank!, Wii U) 6/10

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