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Submitted by Nerd4Sure 580d ago | review

Nerd4Sure - Nano Assualt Neo Review

Written by Kenny Fensom - "German developer Shin’en has always been known to push their limitations with their downloadable offerings on Nintendo’s hardware. From the gorgeous futuristic racer, “Fast,” to their unique puzzle game, “Art of Balance,” Shin’en manages to impress gamers every time with how great their games look and play. Their latest offering is no exception to that trend." (Nano Assault Neo, Wii U) 4/5

bullymangLer  +   580d ago
this on the Game-Pad ? sstohhp iiiT

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