Submitted by averyzoe 1072d ago | review

Knights & Dragons: Rise of the Dark Prince (iOs) Review *Games Fiends*

Games Fiends writes, "I would equate trying to play Knights & Dragons with Mafia Wars (or any of the countless social games) on Facebook. You can do a few things here and there, and then you’re stuck. You either have to play it for just a few minutes every day, or pay over and over again. I have said it many times before, and I will say it again here: I would far prefer paying a few bucks for a quality game than sinking time into one only to find out that I won’t get anywhere unless I keep plugging in money. For me, anyways, the microtransaction focus in Knights & Dragons makes it a game I just can’t see myself playing. However, if you’re looking for something to just kill a few minutes here and there, or you don’t mind supporting the developers with some cash, then it is definitely worth a look for its colorful graphics and ever changing world." (iPhone, Knights & Dragons: Rise of the Dark Prince) 5.5/10

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