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Submitted by JMoneyPN 538d ago | review

Review: Astro (Pure Nintendo)

Pure Nintendo: "People might ignore this download since it’s a DSiWare release, or because the trailer shows such dated visuals. But in terms of gameplay Astro’s good fun, and an outstanding example of how touch screen control can be used to enhance a game experience. Attached to a classic formula, and slapped with a budget price, I can recommend it to gamers who grew up during the early days of our favorite hobby, when gameplay was king and good graphics were left to the imagination. I had fun beating Astro, and for the price ($2.99) I think it’s a pretty good download." (Astro, Nintendo DS) 6.5/10

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