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2058, Lunar Outpost Alpha. Contact with Outpost Beta was lost hours ago when routine excavation revealed a subterranean structure of unknown origin. You are Major Kane, Chief of Military Operations for the Extra Terrestrial Encounter Organization, and you and your team have been brought in to investigate. Erratic energy readings from deep below the lunar surface tell you that this will not be a diplomatic mission. Welcome to the Moon.
|Genre||First Person Shooting|
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|Average rating:||(4 out of 5)|
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I just started playing it, but it already looks like a really good game. Moon seems to have a good, solid plot, and the gameplay is really great, controls are perfect (it may take some time to get used to them, but after thirty minutes they will feel comfortable and natural). The graphics and sounds are just awesome!
Your hands will likely cramp up before finishing the first proper level. The Nintendo DS may not be suitable for a game of this genre.
From the creators of the award-winning Dementium: The Ward comes a brand new game for the Nintendo DS. I bought this game from Play-Asia itself and it rocks! Moon has really smooth graphics and textures meaning there are no slowdowns or bad clippings when you navigate around. However, the game gave me some slight dizziness. I guess it's due to the slick FPS view but you'll get use to it. The story may seem boring at first but later on it builds up making it an intense game that you won't want to turn it off. Overall, Moon is a great game for the Nintendo DS and I highly recommend it. It seems that Moon is only available on the US so if you're outside the US, don't bother looking for it elsewhere. Get it here in Play-Asia right here right now!
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