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Submitted by Wiiloveit 772d ago | review

BUGS vs. TANKS! Review | Wiiloveit

"If Honey, I Shrunk the Kids were to get a videogame adaptation, I'm sure it would turn out something like BUGS vs. TANKS! -- once you take away the warfare references, that is. Keiji Inafune, the man who created Mega Man and helped usher in other well-known franchises, serves as the talented mastermind behind BUGS vs. TANKS!, a unique twist on tank warfare with a quirky, historical backdrop (see: World War II events gone wrong). It's a nonsensical concept, made all the more improbable by its dedicated time frame. But that is precisely what helps the game excel to begin with, using this as a springboard to service its terror-inspiring 'reality.' All this potential, though, is wasted on a game so wrapped up in its own one-sided joke that it not only fails to grasp the bigger picture, its abrasive disposition seriously hampers the entire cause." -- Wiiloveit.com (3DS, Bugs vs Tanks!) 43/100

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