GameOnn: Madballs in Babo Invasion Review

"There's something gutsy about Madballs in Babo Invasion. Released amidst a plethora of big hitting, sure to sell arcade titles such as Marvel vs Capcom 2 and Battlefield 1943, it's a bold move by PlayBrains to deploy their product at this time. It's even bolder when you consider the license spews from the loins of 1980s mediocrity, as the Madballs world has rarely been praised lavishly enough to kick-start a triumphant return into the limelight. Fortunately, PlayBrains saw beyond the grotesque exterior of the spherical freaks, employing them to act as the (insanely repulsive) face of their debut downloadable title."

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