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Submitted by NonShinyGoose 550d ago | review

GamesAsylum: AirMech Arena – Review

GamesAsylum: "Who remembers Herzog Zwei? This free-to-play RTS from Ubisoft is the spiritual successor to the Mega Drive classic, giving you control of a transforming robot instead of a mere mouse pointer. It’s a brilliant idea, allowing you to quickly transport troops and also directly engage the enemy with some twin-stick shooting. So brilliant, in fact, that we’re surprised no other developer has shamelessly pilfered the concept before" (AirMech Arena, Xbox 360) 8/10

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