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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 857d ago | review

Touch Arcade: 'Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour' Multiplayer Review

Touch Arcade: Recently we reviewed and enjoyed Gameloft's Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour's [$6.99] single player offerings. While the game's campaign continued the trend of offering a pretty great single player experience, there were a few perpetual nagging issues that seemed to hold it back. Of course, like its console brethren, most folks don't play Modern Combat for its story. Rather, they play it for its multiplayer options, which were introduced with Black Pegasus and greatly refined in Fallen Nation. With Zero Hour, Gameloft has again delivered an awesome FPS multiplayer experience on iOS that really can't be beat. (iPad, iPhone, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour) 5/5

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