Submitted by Cyrus365 1848d ago | review

GDN: 0 Day Attack On Earth Review

GDN writes: "A top-down view, dual-stick shooter usually makes for a good staple game. They're easy to learn and usually have good controls, and 0 Day Attack on Earth definitely satisfies both criteria. It is simple in design and certainly unambitious, settling for giving you a different perspective on old-school shooting games. This would be absolutely fine if it was priced accordingly, but it's not. At 1200 Points/$15, this shooter has no serious flaws in its content but doesn't excel or offer enough content to justify its cost." (0 Day Attack on Earth, Xbox 360) 4.5/10

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