Submitted by TheGameScouts 1096d ago | review

Arcane Legends Review | The Game Scouts

Chris Lohr: Ambitious is a word that most people don’t want to hear when it comes to video games; gamers usually wind up disappointed. Gearbox rescuing an old franchise in development hell, the graphical promises of the PS3 before it launched, and Ubisoft attempting to use comedians as E3 hosts are all very ambitious goals that failed horribly. A free MMO on Android with hours of gameplay, an easy but strong skill tree, and quality servers is an ambitious goal. Spacetime Studios had these goals and, with Arcane Legends, met them. Calling it the best phone game is probably a stretch. Calling it the best MMO on a phone is not. (Android, Arcane Legends, PC) 8.5/10

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