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REPTILIAN REBELLION

Rating Summary

Based on 3 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

50

Top Critic Average

Based on 3 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:Wii UMay 5, 2016

Developer: Herrero

Genre: Action

The rebellion of the reptilians just begun. How? Do not you know what they are reptilians? Lizard men are living among us who have become too dangerous. Choose from ten cute characters with unique gameplay and face lots of reptilians using different vehicles and objects. Avoid the reptilians taking over the world!
[Europe] Reptilian Rebellion (Wii U) - Nintendo eShop Trailer thumbnail

[Europe] Reptilian Rebellion (Wii U) - Nintendo eShop Trailer

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Reviews

There's no denying the fact that this budget-priced Wii U eShop title would be much better suited to mobile platforms, perhaps even as a free-to-play app; the classic challenge of bettering your score by blasting wave after wave of reptiles is Reptilian Rebellion's single allure. So, unless you're desperately seeking a game experience inspired by retro arcade gaming with a modern touch, this might be best left to conspiracy theorists.

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Reptilian Rebellion may feature a funny concept interesting enough for a title of this dimension but the game has nothing else going for it, as its interface and visual appearance are below the acceptable standards and its gameplay quickly becomes way too dull, even for an eShop title at this price. There are several better alternatives in the Wii U's digital catalogue for this style.

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All in all, I was pleasantly surprised with Reptilian Rebellion. It’s a simple, cheap, nostalgia-feeling arcade game that can be very addicting. A little more variety in the visuals and audio would have helped, but as it stands, if you are looking for a cheap and fun game, Reptilian Rebellion will give you a good bang for your buck if you enjoy high-score driven games.

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