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Country A and country I are at war. It has been a bitter conflict. Neither one of them learned how to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ and turn the other cheek. Players take on the role of a massively powerful machine code named Kokuga. The goal is to blow up everything in your path. Get from the beginning to the end with as much destruction as possible.

It was difficult for me to play and review Kokuga. I believe in creation, and not destruction. I believe in building up, not tearing down. So what this Nintendo 3DS game required was the exact opposite of my nature. Even thought it was difficult I persevered and made it through.

The good news in terms of Kokuga is how it looks. The graphics are exceptional, especially when it is played in 3D. G.rev did some interesting things that are the opposite of what many other developers are doing in terms of the 3D. It has to be seen in 3D to be completely comprehended. Just trust me on that.

The controls are one of the most unique things about Kokuga. We have this tank like vehicle that can move in an agile manner. The turret of the weapon can go in three hundred and sixty degrees. So you can move one way, and fire in a completely different direction. There are also cards on the bottom screen that offer a variety of power ups.

Players are only allowed so many cards in any level of Kokuga. But they can be the difference between victory and defeat. Especially things like stealth, repair shields, and homing missiles. Players can not rely on these to get them through though either. You will need some skills to make it through the lengthy levels.

The sound of the weapon firing, and explosions were the main ingredients in terms of the audio of Kokuga. I felt bad every time something exploded. They had a mother and a father. Maybe they had a sister or brother. Maybe they had a son or daughter. How could I rob them of that?
- Mark


Graphics: 59%
Sound: 64%
Replay/Extras: 73%
Gameplay: 67%
Family Friendly Factor: 55%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: G. rev
ating: Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone
{Mild Fantasy Violence}
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