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One more review for you today, and if you've already played through Binary Domain, or seen I Am Robot, the Terminator series or ever wanted to kick the robot from Lost in Space in the junk, Shoot Many Robots from upstart Boston-based Demiurge Studios is likely for you.
In Shoot Many Robots you’ll play P. Walter Lugnut a redneck backwater kind of fellow who really, really, really hates all manner of circuitry. He’d totally like to grind their gears into dust and armed with an ever-expanding arsenal of weaponry and gadgetry he stands alone against mechanical hordes.
And that's exactly why we gave this review to Dave "ko-zee-ii" Kozicki. Beneath his soft exterior beats the cold, mechanical heart of a robot. Or something.

Click here for his review.



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