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Submitted by Wiiloveit 1092d ago | review Monster Shooter - 3DS Download Review

"Assuming gaming isn't a new hobby you've just recently taken up, no doubt there have been times where you wrongly misjudged a game's performance quality, and then were proven otherwise. To be exposed to such a reversal in thinking can definitely embed the experience that much more deeply in your mind, but it can also serve as a reminder that some of the most treasured and authentic game interactions are those that you least expect to develop or trigger shock. The case with Monster Shooter, however, isn't quite so...remarkable." -- (3DS, Monster Shooter) 63/100

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