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Submitted by militissanctus 561d ago | review

ARMED SEVEN Review | Capsule Computers

Joe Morgan of CapsuleComputers writes,

"The indie game scene has been burgeoning in western culture for quite some time now. Virtually everyone, in the west at least, is familiar with titles like Fez, Limbo, Bastion, Minecraft, and Braid. The eastern indie scene, however, has felt conspicuously absent as western developers have made a name for themselves. With a renewed focus on bringing Japanese indie developers to the western audience, Nyu Media is hoping to help change that. Enter ASTRO PORT’s 2D side-scrolling shoot ‘em up ARMED SEVEN. Does it have the chops to stand on its own or should it be disarmed? Let’s find out." (Armed Seven, PC) 8/10

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