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Know what's a great idea? A Contra remake for iOS


8:00 AM on 06.01.2013



A few months ago, Chinese developer PunchBox Studios unleashed upon the Asian market Contra: Evolution, an iOS remake of the original NES classic that adds touch controls, in-app purchases, and high-definition graphics. Konami saw fit to bring the title out West, thus it appeared on the US App Store yesterday.

Since this sounded like the best idea in the world, I decided to pay the paltry $0.99 and give it a quick whirl.

After an exhaustive three-minute session, I've condensed my thoughts into the following review:

FUCK.

NO.

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