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Geometry Wars: Galaxies
The Wii has proven itself a viable platform for a number of different game styles and genres, and now Bizarre Creations (Project Gotham Racing) and Kuju Entertainment (Battalion Wars) have teamed up to kick it old school. Geometry Wars: Galaxies for the Wii is an excellent arcade shooter with plenty of legs and some great effects.

From our review:
"Weapons increase as you collect the games currency, Geoms. Within each level, every enemy killed leaves behind a Geom, collecting these will go towards eventually unlocking locked Drone behaviours, planets and systems. They also go towards your in-game score multiplier, which is the real aim of Geometry Wars as you can eventually collect enough Geoms in succession (without dying or using a bomb) so that each enemy killed is dishing out thousands upon thousands of points..."
If you own a Wii and like your arcade shooters, this is a match made in heaven, click here for our in-depth review.



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