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Thexder Neo HD

Thexder Neo HD (XSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 3
Tags: Shooter, Sci-Fi
Developer: Zereo

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01/28/2010

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Thexder Neo HD review

Reviewed March 22, 2010

Marc Golding says: "Enemies come at you fast, but luckily your laser beam has homing capabilities, so you neednít even aim to bring them down. Being successful is more a function of edging forward gradually enough to bring the enemies onto the screen slowly enough for the beam to melt the bad guys before they reach your face."
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