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Submitted by honestgamer 825d ago | review

Tank! Tank! Tank! review (HonestGamers)

Jason Venter writes: "Unfortunately, the only objective you’re ever given is to kill everything that moves. That’s not entirely bad, since mayhem can be a lot of fun, but there aren’t enough enemy types available to keep things interesting across so many stages. You’ll wind up fighting most of the same monster waves three or four times over the course of the campaign, and the last 20 stages or so are mostly just battles against the same few giant enemies." (Tank! Tank! Tank!, Wii U) 5/10

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