jb4gdi's Astro Boy: Omega Factor (Game Boy Advance) review

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While the sprites are gigantic and often lead to the game feeling extremely crowded and small, the gameplay is phenomenal and it retains the Treasure spirit. The shmup sections are a standout, and the brawling sections are quick and fun in their own right. It's also the first time I've ever seen the stage select screen matter, since the story is impacted by the order you play the levels.

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