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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1161d ago | review

TouchGen: Bladeslinger Ep 1. Review

TouchGen: I’ve been spoiled recently. In the past few months, I’ve reviewed three games whose graphics I could barely believe were appearing on an iPad. First was Need For Speed, then Real Boxing and now Bladeslinger. Any more of this behaviour and stupendous mobile graphics will become commonplace. I’m worried I’ll begin to take them for granted. I’m going to play Snake for five hours straight after I finish this review to gain some perspective. (Bladeslinger, iPad, iPhone) 4.5/5

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