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Submitted by HardcoreDroid 611d ago | review

Hardcore Droid Puts a Beat Down on Freemium Rip-off Death Dome | Hardcore Droid

Is the cost of free really worth it?

Infinity Blade and its sequels are among the most envied iPhone exclusives. Designed as a showcase for the mobile version of the Unreal Engine, its unique touchscreen gameplay and incredible visuals made it a flagship title for Apple. Glu Mobile has been keenly interested in capitalizing on this with two Blood & Glory titles that follow Infinity Blade’s template closely. Death Dome represents the publisher’s third attempt at the emerging genre, this time helmed by the capable and experienced Griptonite Games. (Android, Culture, Death Dome, Glu Games, Glu Mobile, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Tag Invalid) 2/5

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