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Submitted by Wiiloveit 832d ago | review

Wiiloveit.com: Nano Assault Neo - Wii U Download Review

"Like an inappropriate cackle during a personal downturn is the absence of reason in a shoot 'em up. I know there's an ongoing bandwagon of having astonishing displays of unrestrained enemy fire, and it's also to be acknowledged that the more we move away from Western releases, the more lines of control and balance become blurred. But for those who aren't as enthused about arcade-focused, action-shooters, it's much easier, even instinctive, to assign blame when these sorts of attributes are at the forefront. Such risks and concerns over excess hold no weight in the case of Nano Assault Neo, a shooter that does such a fine job of appealing to both unfamiliar and established crowds." -- Wiiloveit.com (Nano Assault Neo, Wii U) 90/100

Nevers0ft  +   832d ago
Great game that looks awesome... It's just a little short and lacks variety (although it's a SHMUP, I'm not sure what I was expecting). Well worth the cost of admission though.

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