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Metal Slug 6

Metal Slug 6 (ARC) game cover art
Platform: Arcade
Genre: Shooter (Run 'n Gun)
Developer: SNK

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Reader Reviews

Metal Slug 6 review

Reviewed April 16, 2007

disco says: "As the wind rolls across the plains, the Peregrine Falcons Special Forces Unit ventures forth into yet another battleground. Somewhere out there in that flowing tall grass, a bunch of General Morden’s Rebel goons have set up camp. It’s not like they were careful about hiding their whereabouts; there are shell casings littering the dirt and supplies strewn about. Even the soldiers’ voices can be heard on the breeze. You’d think that getting their asses kicked so many times in the past, the Rebels..."
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