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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 592d ago | review

Touch Arcade: Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour Review

Touch Arcade: Another year, another entry in Gameloft's Modern Combat series. As was the case with Fallen Nation [$4.99], Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour [$6.99] continues the trend of a decent single player campaign with an established formula made successful with the previous Modern Combat games. While players won't find anything particularly innovative or substantially new to the series, they'll still find a campaign with all the pros (and cons) we've come to know from Modern Combat. (iPad, iPhone, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour) 4/5

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