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Review: Smash n Survive

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Review: Smash n Survive
By Hemanth Kumar Balasubramanian aka devil angel

We’re currently in the seventh generation of home consoles, and sadly, there has yet to be an Indian console game that has made a global impact. Almost all of the attempts so far have been targeted at the desi crowd, but they’ve failed to even impress that demographic. Smash n Survive (SnS), however, seems different from the outset. Developed and published by Version2Games, it’s a thoroughbred Indian game, yet there are no Indian themes. It’s a smash ‘em up vehicle brawler that draws inspiration from yesteryear’s titles like Twisted Metal and Destruction Derby. It’s an Indian videogame that is trying to target a global audience. And it doesn’t draw its inspiration from Bollywood.

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Nice review hema :good:

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