Monster Shooter 2 Review: Twin Stick Shooter With a Lot of Personality (Video)

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  • 17 Aug 2013
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  • Monster Shooter 2 is the follow-up to a game I enjoyed a lot and played on a not so powerful slate. The new title comes from Gamelion, takes up 600 MB of storage and it’s also named “Back to Earth”. We’re dealing with a free game detailed in the video review below.


    I have tested the game on the ASUS MeMo Pad HD 7, a 7 inch slate with a quad core Mediatek processor. The title comes with Google Play Games integration, HD graphics (found in the settings area and can be toned down, in case you have a weaker slate. There are 80 levels available here, 4 destructible environments, including suburbs, the city, desert and arctic.

    We’ve got over 20 weapons available and even a mech suit to get into. There are lot of enemies from the alien genre, each of them with vulnerabilities to the likes of electricity or fire. You can play missions from the Story mode or pick the Survival mode and see how long you last. There’s also the thing about completing various objectives called missions, that involve various statistics.

    You can level up and do some co op gameplay, involving other online players. By the way, the soundtrack of the game is quite appealing and involves a lot of dubstep. 3D graphics are also hot and the gameplay is fast paced. The twin stick shooter control mechanism is also very friendly, even to newcomers in the genre. This is a solid 9.7 out of 10 for us and you can download it from here.

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