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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 771d ago | review

Nintendo Life: Nano Assault EX Review

Nintendo Life: Shin'en is certainly no stranger to the shoot 'em up genre, having already had some solid success with its Iridion releases on Game Boy Advance and Nanostray titles on DS. For those who don't remember, it was just a little over a year ago when the developer released Nano Assault on Nintendo's 3DS system and showed just how amazing the visual experience could be when coupled with the 3D depth the system offered. This was followed by the equally impressive Nano Assault Neo for Wii U eShop, and now Shin'en is back and offering 3DS eShop fans an enhanced version of the original Nano Assault — this time with a host of new gameplay tweaks and new additions. (3DS, Nano Assault EX) 9/10

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