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Metal Slug

Metal Slug (NGCD) game cover art
Platform: NeoGeo CD
Genre: Shooter (Run 'n Gun)
Developer: Nazca

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07/05/1996
JP
07/05/1996
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Staff Reviews

Metal Slug review (NeoGeo)

Reviewed October 18, 2004

John L says: "Monotony never manages to get a foothold, though, as the ragtag enemy army manages to pack more depth than most RPGs. This quickly becomes evident when Marco is suddenly ambushed by a trio of enemy schooners while crossing a massive bridge shining in the moonlight. The sunbathing goons on the upper decks quickly decide to hold their noses and hop overboard, while another crony slams on an accordion-like pump as his dinghy begins to take on water. Yet another begins to scream like a little girl when he realizes that his worst nightmare is right above him, brandishing a shotgun."
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