AVault: Ion Assault Review

If you're an Asteroids or Geometry Wars fan, then you could do worse than Ion Assault. For the 800MS points ($10) it costs, you can have two great gaming inspirations in one pretty package. None of the flaws are purchase killers by any means, and the multiplayer modes can extend the time it'll occupy space on your hard drive, especially when it comes to hosting parties. There's just some confusion and annoyance that negate the advances Coreplay was trying to employ.

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