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Submitted by ChaosKnight 271d ago | article

Graveyard: Big Bang Mini

Hardcore Gamer: The DS may have an extensive library of diverse games, but Big Bang Mini (no, there's not a regular-sized Big Bang) has shone brightest to me years after is inception. Arkedo's colorful shooter is hearkens back to a simpler time where high scores were king and flash was warranted. I happily revisit this title frequently, and it's time others did as well. (Big Bang Mini, Nintendo DS)

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