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Submitted by Pozzle 729d ago | review

Fire and Forget: The Final Assault Review | Arcade Sushi

Fire and Forget: The Last Assault is more forgettable than memorable. If it had done more to be unique and embrace all the opportunities it set up for itself, it could have been an engaging title. Instead, you’re better off picking from any number of the other vehicle-based shoot ‘em ups that litter the App Store. Repetition doesn’t always force you into remembering things and this game proves it. (Fire and Forget The Final Assault, iPad, iPhone) 6.5/10

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