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Submitted by mathsman 585d ago | review

In-depth Review: Bugs Vs. Tanks - Electronic Theatre

Japanese studio Level-5 is developing a reputation for delivering intriguing, obscure videogame products to the Nintendo 3DS. Favouring the Nintendo eShop over retail releases, presumably due to the freer pricing policies and regularity of the studio’s output, the handheld system appears to be the perfect platform for the bite-sized gameplay experiences that Level-5 are specialising in. Their latest title, Bugs Vs. Tanks fits into this niche perfectly. (3DS, Bugs vs Tanks!) 68/100

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