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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 872d ago | review

Touch Arcade: Avengers Initiative Review

Touch Arcade: Despite one's personal feelings on the Marvel universe (or comic books in general) you cannot deny the sheer rejuvenation in popularity for the series, culminating in the recently released Avengers film. Marvel (via Wideload Games) has decided to take advantage of this popularity with its release of Avengers Initiative [$6.99], a new title for iOS. While Initiative looks stunning and models its gameplay after the incredibly successful Infinity Blade series, a distinct lack of innovation coupled with a weary reliance on IAP make it fall disappointingly short. (Avengers Initiative, iPad, iPhone) 2.5/5

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