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Submitted by Buff1044 1077d ago | review

Lili Review (Modojo)

Chris Buffa (Modojo): Lili reminds us how far mobile and tablet gaming has come, along with how much further it needs to go. Visually, BitMonster's Unreal Engine-powered effort sits right up there with the best looking titles on the App Store, thanks to a gorgeous world that would have been praised on the original Xbox, PlayStation 2 and GameCube. Even more so, considering all the tiny details and superior resolution that graphics aficionados will appreciate. As a full-fledged experience, it falls somewhat flat, with an awkward protagonist, bizarre combat (if you can call it that) and questionable dialogue. It's enjoyable, but an extra layer of character and story development could have gone a long way. (iPad, iPhone, Lili) 4/5

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