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Bugs vs Tanks




Bugs vs Tanks 


Bugs vs Tanks on the Nintendo 3DS reminds me of the old sci-fi movies I watched as a kid. Ants, spiders, or something else gets grown to our size and we have to deal with them. The big differences is Bugs vs Tanks is all about some World War II tanks that are shrunk down to insect size.

The troops need to work on surviving. The ants, bees, and other insects are in the way. There is a competition for the food. He who has the more aggressive attack wins the day. We blow apart numerous insects in Bugs vs Tanks. Its payback for all of our food they steal, and all of the times they have bitten us.

I am normally against revenge. I guess I have not progressed to the point where I can love the ever growing infestation of insects - especially the ones that carry diseases. Players progress through Bugs vs Tanks in the form of different missions. These exhibit an intelligent design.

Are you one of those gamers who hates having to hold down the fire button to blow things away? Bugs vs Tanks thought of you. There is an automatic fire mode. Once an enemy insect is within range, and your gun is pointed at them - it will fire for you. It will keep firing as long as the insect is in range, your alive, its alive, and the weapon as recharged.

The controls are easy to pick up and learn in Bugs vs Tanks. I love that SOS button (it can be used one time per mission) for whenever I got in over my head. The 3D graphics look nice. The regular graphics in the levels are repetitive and a bit stale. The map is very helpful in these maze like levels.

The biggest downer for me is the language in Bugs vs Tanks. I am a disabled war veteran and I never heard fellow troops talk like that - ever. Yes I was in war zones in my military career. I know Hollywood and video games like to teach this is how the military talks, but it is the opposite from my experiences. A language filter would have been nice.
- Paul


Graphics: 59%
Sound: 58%
Replay/Extras: 81%
Gameplay: 72%
Family Friendly Factor: 58%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Level-5
ating: ‘T’ - Teen
{Fantasy Violence, Language}
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