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Submitted by triverse 973d ago | review

Absolute Defense Review by Gaming on Batteries

Triverse writes, "Playing Absolute Defense reminded me quite a bit of the heyday of scrolling shooters, as it should since it is a throwback title, there are no “auto play” areas here, there are very few powerups that you can actually get without being hit and there is a plethora of enemies heading your way guns blazing. That is how shooters should be made. If you were one of the proud members of the “Gaiares Killers” then you will be right at home here with AD." (Absolute Defense, Android, iPad, iPhone) 80/100

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