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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 437d ago | review

GameZebo: iMech Online Review

GameZebo: If you've ever wondered why we've yet to see our battlefields dominated by soldiers in hulking two-legged tanks, the answer might lie in the gameplay of this new multiplayer arena battler for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Put simply, they're a royal pain to control. Moving forward and backwards isn't so bad, but when you find your big guns simply shooting off in the direction of Alpha Centauri when you're trying to blast the guy who's barbecuring you from behind with a flamethrower, you might find yourself realizing why the military's devoted its resources to less fantastical projects. (iMech Online, iPad, iPhone) 3.5/5

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