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Submitted by Nerd4Sure 1092d ago | review

Nerd4Sure.com - Shoot Many Robots Review "Just A Shooting Game"

A title of a game usually doesn’t give much to what the game is really about. In this case however, Shoot Many Robots is basically what the game is. Taking very little from the imagination, Shoot Many Robots is at times fun to play, especially with friends. Sadly the lack of diversity in enemies and the unnecessary representation of the character you play will mostly bring you to find little to care about in this game. Shoot Many Robots is basically a shooting game that takes very little risks to bringing something that is just SIMPLY fun. (PS3, Shoot Many Robots, Xbox 360) 3.5/5

Emilio_Estevez  +   1092d ago
Good review, thanks for posting.
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Nerd4Sure  +   1092d ago
Thanks for the comment! Much appreciated!

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