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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 736d ago | review

Nano Assault Neo Review | GameArena

GameArena writes:

"In the mid to late 2000s shoot 'em ups were the new black. Thanks in part to the popularity of Geometry Wars and Super Stardust, the psychedelic shoot 'em up enjoyed a moment in the sun driven by competitive leaderboards, affordability and simple moorish mechanics (shoot stuff, collect stuff, don't die)." (Nano Assault Neo, Wii U) 7/10

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