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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 653d ago | review

Nintendo Life: Metal Slug 4 Review

Nintendo Life: If there's one thing that can be said with any degree of certainty, it's that SNK's Metal Slug series always remained fairly consistent over the course of their releases. The gameplay remained pretty much the same, with little more than a few tweaks here and there for good measure. Metal Slug 4 was developed by Korean firm Mega Enterprises and came onto the arcade scene in 2002 (during SNK's bankruptcy and prior to the company's rebirth as SNK Playmore), which might lead you to assume it's the black sheep of the family. The game has arrived on the Wii Virtual Console, and despite the troubled nature of its development, it offers fans of the the previous three releases plenty of explosive action to enjoy. (Metal Slug 4, Wii) 8/10

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