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Keep track of all of Joystiq's Wii U launch coverage on our Wii U hub page! The thesis of Tank! Tank! Tank!, I think, is that it's fun to crush your friends' faces. Or blast them. Either one works. Tank Tank Tank (henceforth rendered without exclamation points), allows its players to photograph themselves with the Wii U GamePad. These photos come complete with carniv...

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Tank! Tank! Tank! goes free-to-play in Europe

For the Japanese release of Tank! Tank! Tank!, Namco Bandai opted for a free-to-play approach, releasing a segment of the game free on the eShop and selling the rest of it as microtransactions. Following the European retail launch, Namco has announced plans to re-release the game as F2P in that reg...

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Tank! Tank! Tank! review: Tread on your head

Keep track of all of Joystiq's Wii U launch coverage on our Wii U hub page! The thesis of Tank! Tank! Tank!, I think, is that it's fun to crush your friends' faces. Or blast them. Either one works. Tank Tank Tank (henceforth rendered without exclamation points), allows its players to photograph the...

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Namco Bandai bringing Tank! Tank! Tank!, Star Trek to Gamescom

Namco Bandai is jumping on the Germany train (rather than the "train to Germany" -- fare from Tokyo to Cologne would be insane) with its Gamescom 2012 lineup. Namco will be showing off its Wii U installment Tank! Tank! Tank! and will demo the Star Trek movie tie-in game in its very own seated theat...

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Tank! Tank! Tank! is E3's least effective Wii U showcase, is fun regardless

Tank! Tank! Tank! may not be what I would have shown off at E3 with innovative new hardware. It's fun in a profoundly goofy, vintage-arcadey way, but it's hardly pushing any new ideas or making any graphical leaps. In fact, it's not even a new game -- it was originally released as an arcade cabine...

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