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Nectaris: Military Madness [PSN]
Game Description:From the days of the PS one, this downloadable game allows you to play the classic original on your PSP handheld system or PS3 home console. In Nectaris: Military Madness, it's up to you to save the Moon from the evil Xenon Empire. To free the Earth's lone satellite, you have a selection of futuristic military units at your disposal that will come in handy in battle. Each unit has its own advantages and disadvantages, which will call for your strategic mind to decide how to use them. After touching down on the surface of the Moon, your job is simple: destroy all enemy forces and bring peace back to the Moon. The name of the game here is strategy, as you'll also need to strategize your plan of attack, taking into account the Moon's terrain that affects your units' efficiency. If you're in the mood to employ your best strategies while trying to save the Moon, then Nectaris: Military Madness is the game for you.
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  • 'Military Madness: Nectaris' Gameplay Video: Classic Turn-Based Strategy Revised

    Spanning the ages from the TurboGrafx-16 in 1989 to this coming summer, Hudson Entertainment revives a classic, turn-based strategy game for the current-gen consoles: "With an all-new graphical barrage, a regiment of new units, online co-op and vs. multiplayer, and a platoon of other new features, this is the maddest game in the series yet!...

    Posted April 23, 2009| 5 Comments

    'Military Madness: Nectaris' Gameplay Video: Classic Turn-Based Strategy Revised
  • Military Madness: Nectaris Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: April 23, 2009

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