Play as Max, the hero and bug slayer, who must defend Maisy, a girl who's gardens bring life back to the wasteland. Squash giant mutated centipedes, spiders, beetles, grubs, caterpillars, moths, and more. Lay waste to these mutated bugs with weapons such as machine guns, flame throwers, acid guns, rockets, and missiles among others as you use bodies of the dead bugs as defenses and power-ups. Save Maisy, save the future...
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Reimagined version of the classic gaming franchise designed specifically for the Nintendo Wii and 3DS
Explore an expansive new world with 7 environments, 40 stages and 5 boss battles
Choose from over 20 different weapons and 12 power-ups to battle against 13 different types of bugs
Immersive storyline filled with a variety of gameplay and intrigue
Team up with a friend to kill even more bugs with 2 player co-op multiplayer
Unique “street pass” feature for 3DS – Unique content shared between passing 3DS units
Unique “stop pass” feature for 3DS – Unique content shared between copies of Centipede owned on the Wii and 3DS
Centipede Infestation is rated
2.8 out of
Rated 1 out of
horrible gameIt was cheap and used, and I was buying other used games at the same time so i got it for some reason. I played it for under a minute, it not what I expected, and my nieces didn't want to try it.
Date published: 2016-08-08
Rated 4 out of
Arcade Style ShooterCentipede Infestation is a pretty good game, though it seems to easy at first it gets more challenging the further you go, but its still remains easy. The graphics are good the controls are great the story is ho-hum and the sound needs improvement. The levels are arena type and you just need to survive each round which dosent always last long. There are lots of stuff to unlock to add lasting appeal and co-op mode will keep you and mate busy. C.I. is a good game but not for $30, wait till it drops to $20 or less. (this review is based after playing 17 of the levels in the game on normal mode)