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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 869d ago | review

Nano Assault Neo Review | GamingIllustrated

GamingIllustrated writes:

"Nano Assault Neo is a 3D shoot ‘em up game for the Wii U. Shin’en Multimedia developed and published the title. Shin’en has been developing games since the late 90s across various Nintendo systems from the Game Boy Color up to the Wii U. As a developer, they are most likely known for the Nanostray games on the Nintendo DS and the prior Nano Assault for the Nintendo 3DS. Nano Assault Neo features plenty of changes from the 3DS iteration, where that was more of a hybrid side scrolling shoot ‘em up with 3D environments, Neo is a shoot ‘em up in three dimensions much like Super Stardust for the PS3. Nano Assault Neo released on Nov 18 2012 for the Wii U eShop retailing at $9.99." (Nano Assault Neo, Wii U) 83/100

DreamTension  +   869d ago
This game is so beautiful to look at.
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Zhipp  +   869d ago
Damn straight!

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