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BUGS vs. TANKS! (3DS eShop)

Game Profile

From Keiji Inafune, creator of the MEGA MAN series and many other hit titles, BUGS vs. TANKS! is a new take on the survival action genre.

When a panzer squad from the battlefields of World War II is shrunk to the size of a bug, they find themselves engaged in intense battles with the insects as they fight to return to normal size. Featuring over 30 World War II chassis and turrets pulled straight from the history books, you'll build up your tank ordnance and customise it with over 80 types of paint and styles. Engage with up to four friends in CO-OP missions via local wireless play that put you in challenging fights against giant bugs that will live up to your nightmares. You can also call on their tanks for friendly cover fire via StreetPass! Fight your war across terrains from grassy fields to murky swamps, choosing your difficulty and firing style for maximum accessibility.

Game Review

Review

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Posted by Ron DelVillano

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User Comments (3)

Gioku

#1

Gioku said:

Looks like this could be a good one! I'll be looking into getting it once I see a review.

Noend

#2

Noend said:

@Gioku

The tank models look great and as a fan of tanks, it was a must buy. Takes about 3-4 hours to beat depending on how many times you have to replay levels. There are some frustrating parts where so many bugs come it's hard not to die the first time and then you have to come back with a better strategized plan of attack.

I like it, got a copy for my son too. The co-op missions are way too hard for us as two. I think they are meant for four. Although, he hasn't got a powerful tank yet and that might help.

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