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PSPPSN Stores (May 25, 2012)
I can’t think of the last time I’ve been legitimately excited about a game in the same way that I’ve been excitedly telling friends about Nom Nation. Heck, I loved nearly every second I spent with it. The fact that this could be something used to teach kids about healthy diets just made the whole thing that much sweeter. It sucks that this won’t be coming to any other region because this just isn’t going to get the attention that it so rightfully deserves. That said if you’re able to pick up Nom Nation I can’t recommend it enough. This is one of the best that Minis have to offer.
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PSPPSP Minis (Jun 03, 2012)
Nom Nation is a brilliant and well done but frustrating game. Quite honestly, it’s the most difficult game I’ve played since I started writing reviews here. Generally I can beat (or at least play enough of) a game in a few days, letting me write a review within a week. That wasn’t the case here; even The Impossible Game was less challenging. At least there it was just a matter of practice. Nom Nation requires a lot of thinking, which is exactly what an educational game should do.
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PSPPocket Gamer UK (May 24, 2012)
The missing ingredient in Nom Nation is the attention to detail in a few of the core gameplay elements, because everything else is scrumptious. It's beautiful, sounds great, and has unquestionably taught me a thing or two about dietary habits.


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