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Submitted by Ramon3MR 905d ago | review

GotGame: Review | Nano Assault Neo

GotGame: At $9.99, Nano Assault Neo is easily one of the coolest downloadable-only games you’ll find in the Wii U’s eShop and although not a lengthy game, the visual and gameplay polish that the game provides makes it an extremely easy recommendation for anyone that’s still on the fence or perhaps hadn’t even noticed it before. (Nano Assault Neo, Wii U) 4.5/5

Ck1x  +   905d ago
Nintendo has done a complete 180 in light of support to indie games and this game is simply amazing on the WiiU. I predict that the indie community will create some of the most unique and must have titles this generation. Just look at journey on the PS3! You use to be able to tell what games were downloadable by their visual quality, size and scope. But that's not true anymore, as these small developers have access to pretty much the same tools as the big boys do on the WiiU. Very smart for Nintendo to include so much middleware into the dev-kits with this system.
Ramon3MR  +   905d ago
I absolutely loved this game....it was a pleasant surprise for sure and glad to see Nintendo is supporting indie games with the Wii U.

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