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Submitted by newgamernation 905d ago | review

Review: Liberation Maiden (New Gamer Nation)

One would think that Japanese developers would have action games featuring giant robots down to a science by now; an Anime staple for decades, many of the most renowned series have involved humans piloting various kinds of ass-kicking mecha, from the long-running Gundam series to the worldwide hit Neon Genesis Evangelion. (3DS, Liberation Maiden) 7/10

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