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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 786d ago | preview

Pocket Gamer: Hands-on with Joe Danger Touch for iOS

Pocket Gamer: We're always wary when a studio says that it's porting a much-loved console game over to mobile.

More often than not, you get touch controls that have been half-heartedly tacked on, and you find that numerous features have been ripped out in the process. (iPad, iPhone, Joe Danger Touch)

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