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Nanostray 2 Latest News - DS

Game Description:This modern classic returns to the Nintendo DS, bringing more shooting action to the portable arena. Pick a control style, ranging from Classic - which doesn't use the Touch Screen - or Right- or Left-Handed Controls. Unlock six different weapons for your ship, then configure them to make sure you're ready to match the challenge ahead of you. Fight your way through 100 unique enemies and 16 gigantic bosses, as well as seemingly impassable obstacles. Play through the levels in Adventure Mode, which includes beautiful cutscenes, or Arcade Mode, which gives you gameplay with no story, or challenge a friend to a Duel using only one cartridge!
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  • New Games This Week...

    You know, we could go on and on about how Super Smash Bros. Brawl is coming out this week for the Wii. We could write about all the new playable characters and the new arenas - about how we're all going to be waiting in line at Sam's Club to purchase the game at midnight. But you'd be expecting that. So, instead, I give you... The PS2 port of...

    Posted March 9, 2008| 27 Comments

    New Games This Week...

 


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