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Metal Slug 7 (DS)

Metal Slug 7 (DS)
alaScore 84

21 reviews

Jul, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 21 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the gameplay. The action is also mentioned favorably.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Metal Slug 7 (DS) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Metal Slug 7 (DS)

 

What year is it again? You'd be hard-pressed to tell without the aid of a calendar after playing Metal Slug 7, a 2D scrolling shooter that could have been released at just about any time in the past decade. That usually isn't a good sign, but this SNK...

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New International Track & Field

 

When the original Track & Field was released in arcades, the intense button mashing and careful timing was perfect for brief, crazed face-offs. When you stretch this experience out to longer hand-cramping sessions it just becomes painful. Sure,...

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Metal Slug 7

 

If you're looking for a fast-paced, action-packed shoot-em-up/brawler, the Metal Slug series has always been a safe bet. Its latest incarnation, Metal Slug 7, is no different. Released exclusively for the DS, it offers more of the same run-and-gun...

This is an extremely short, albeit challenging game. There are in total seven missions to complete. On the easiest difficulty it wouldn't be a surprise if you completed the game in less than an hour. However, if you ramp up how hard you're going to...

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Metal Slug 7

 

Metal Slug 7 brings the long running side-scrolling shooter series to the DS and in one foul swoop, completely revolutionises the genre. Okay, that's a lie, if you've played any other Metal Slug games then you'll quickly realise that this is pretty...

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Metal Slug 7

 

The vast majority of people interested in Metal Slug 7 have already played a Metal Slug title and are wondering if it technically transitions well to the DS. It does, especially in the audio department. The characters, animations, screams and tunes are...

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Metal Slug 7

 

The Metal Slug franchise usually gets left in the dust, mainly because of Contra. Both of these franchises offer great gameplay where anybody could pick up a controller and play. Instead of trying anything new with Metal Slug the series is staying with...

Metal Slug 7 might be missing a few things but the overall game is a load of fun. I find myself putting this game on every now and when I do I seem to loose track of time, the game is that much fun. Fans of old action games should pick this one up...

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Metal Slug 7

 

Another great entry into the Metal Slug series, and the best portable Metal Slug yet.

The soundtrack for Metal Slug 7 is definitely a winner, keeping the trademark rock style music combined with the small sound effects from the soldiers, weapons, and so on that have become familiar to players for quite a while. It's not my favorite...

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Metal Slug 7

 

When looking for a run and gun experience, Metal Slug has been a staple for fans for over a decade now. Whether playing in the arcade or any of the subsequent console and portable releases for the series, Metal Slug constantly provides extremely...

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Metal Saga () on Nintendo DS

 

A follow up to the Metal Max RPG, following on the heels of the PS2 revival.

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Metal Slug 7 (DS) review

 

I may as well admit this before I go any further. I am not particularly good at the Metal Slug games. I die a lot, retry a lot, and use up my continues in quick succession. Regardless, I still enjoy playing the titles, and relished my time with pretty...

Nevertheless, what we've ended up with is still a highly playable version of Metal Slug on the DS, and regardless of the steps back to suit the hardware, the end result is not all that bad. You can?t help but wish for more, although for any game to be...

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