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Submitted by gaminoz 1215d ago | review

OXCGN’s Shoot Many Robots Review: Shoot… or Don’t

OXCGN:

"Shoot Many Robots is an old school, side scrolling ‘schmup’ brought to you by Demiurge Studios and Ubisoft.
In this downloadable platformer, you are tasked with the shooting of many robots.

Unfortunately the shooting of said robots isn’t enjoyable. At all. There is very little fun at all to be had with this title.

Who would have though that mass robot genocide could be so dull?" (PC, PS3, Shoot Many Robots, Xbox 360) 3.5/10

BadCircuit  +   1215d ago
Wow...Bad Robot!
GillHarrison  +   1215d ago
They billed it as the next Metal Slug... it definitely is not.
Eske  +   1215d ago
Rough score. But I'm still getting mileage out of Shank 2, so I'm okay with passing this one up.
gaminoz  +   1215d ago
I'm glad to hear when some DLC games are good or not as many are missed for AAA reviews.

Needless to say, I'll stick with I Am Alive.

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