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Submitted by Lucario 685d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Tank! Tank! Tank! Review

DHGF: Based on an arcade title of the same name, Tank! Tank! Tank! gives you exactly what the title implies: lots of tanks. However, the gameplay is simplified to the point where only two buttons are required, resulting in a setup that opens the door to players of all skill levels, but loses some depth in the process. If you can get past the lack of utility at your disposal and the repeat playthroughs of missions in order to progress, you’ll find a hectic game buried underneath that works well as a party game. The Wii U gamepad doesn’t do much outside of a one vs. three minigame and plastering your face onscreen using the camera, but these concepts work well as a novelty if nothing else, and add an extra layer to the goofiness that the game is going for. It may have been better served as an eShop game, but those willing to pony up the cash will find an entertaining, if a bit limited, experience in Tank! Tank! Tank! (Tank! Tank! Tank!, Wii U) -

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