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Author: randxian
Posted: June 01, 2009 (06:19 PM)
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but sometimes, I just don't feel like going to battle with the game's "no mercy" attitude. Sometimes, all I want is a fun and stupid game to play, and Neo Contra fits that part quite well.

I really like that line. I also prefer games that are fun and goofy as opposed to completley frustrating.

I enjoyed reading this review, but personally I think how the game plays could've been fleshed out a bit. Then again, knowing the NES Contras, it's probably a simple game and there isn't a whole lot more you could say about it.


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Author: pickhut
Posted: June 01, 2009 (08:02 PM)
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Yeah, I took a chance by not mentioning many actual gameplay specifics, since this was the 10th game in the series. I pretty much put this blind trust in the readers, assuming that they already knew the basics of a Contra title.

Thanks for the comments, too.

I head spaceshit noises.

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