Submitted by JoMO 1054d ago | review

Frontline Tactics Review [Capsule Computers]

Joshua Moris of Capsule Computers writes:

"Becoming a social game norm, the free-to-play feature has the ability to bring in potential consumers. Like so many others, Frontline Tactics basically presents the base of the game as a demo and allows players to buy into the game’s merchandise to increased the survivability of their characters. Everyone can play the game for free, but should you dish out the extra cash for the extras?" (Frontline Tactics, iPad, PC) 5/10

masterabbott  +   1054d ago
ill pass on this one, not a big fan of the tactics style games.

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