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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 958d ago | review

TouchArcade: Wraithborne Review

TouchArcade: A quick word to developers releasing melodramatic arch-fantasy games on iOS: give your Viking brute a name or I will call him Hodor in my internal monologue.

I mean, I'm sure the hero of Alpha Dog Games' Wraithborne [$2.99] has a thoroughly melodramatic backstory -- having been born of a wratih and all -- but the story (and its voice-acted narration) is camp of the highest order. Hodor's warhammer is an appropriate symbol: blunt. (iPad, iPhone, Wraithborne) 3.5/5

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