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Majesco Cuts ‘Nano Assault’ Price to $19.99

Majesco Cuts ‘Nano Assault’ Price to $19.99

by Steve CullumJanuary 18, 2012

Have you been in the market for a great Nintendo 3DS game but do not have that much money to spend? You are in luck. Majesco Entertainment has just cut the price of Nano Assault down to $19.99.

Not only that, but they featured a quote from our review in their press release!


Nano Assault, the visually-stunning 3D shoot’em up game based in a cellular world that tasks players to stop the deadly Nanostray virus from spreading and contaminating all of human civilization, has lowered its price to $19.99! Nano Assault has received rave reviews and now’s your chance to get a great game with great graphics at a great price!

“Nano Assault offers a combination of goodies with its impressive graphics, pronounced 3D effects, addictive gameplay, pleasing tunes, online leaderboards, boss rush modes and more!” – Nintendo Fuse

“Once I started playing, I couldn’t stop until it was completed, which says all you need to know about how fun the game is…”–VGChartz

Nano Assault enables players to shoot their way through 32 twisted cell stages and dark worlds filled with rugged landscapes that adjust in difficulty based upon the player’s skill level. Take on and defeat extreme nemeses including the Black Nucleus, Hyper Blobs and Spore Plants using powerful beams, energetic bombs and other unlockable assault weapons.

Don’t miss out on this steal of a deal for a game that GamerLive TV called “…a 3DS game that deserves to be a sleeper hit, thanks to its solid shooting mechanics and eye-boggling visuals.” Developed by Shin’en Multimedia, Nano Assault is rated E10+ and available in retailers everywhere for $19.99. To watch the trailer or to get more information on the game, please visit


[Via PR Email]

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Steve Cullum
Steve is a Senior Editor for NintendoFuse. He has been a Nintendo fan since the NES and Game Boy. His favorite types of games are action platformers, multiplayer “party” games, and any game that is pure fun and pulls him in for hours. Steve has been blogging for NintendoFuse since 2008.

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