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Submitted by jjdoyle 626d ago | review

Nano Assault Neo Review (Nintendo-Okie)

"There are some combinations in this world that just seem to fit together naturally; peanut butter and jelly, Laurel and Hardy, Batman and Robin or David Hasselhoff and Germany. Then there are some combinations that just shouldn’t work out so well, but do; Tom and Jerry or french fries and a Frosty. After that you’ve got some things that you never would have thought to put together like Dr. Mario, Super Mario Galaxy and Geometry Wars, or as I like to call it Dr. Mario Galaxy Wars. Actually what I’m talking about is Nano Assault Neo for the Wii U eShop.", writes Nintendo-Okie. (Nano Assault Neo, Wii U) 4/5

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