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Submitted by wita 774d ago | article

Week in Mobile: Temple Run 2, TREa HD, and the hidden expense of Final Fantasy

Last time, we talked about the big Android hardware boom. Now, Square Enix has released another money sink — one that, at its $3.99 entry price, fails to advertise how much the in-app content will cost you, which has caused a bit of an outrage among fans and critics.

Imangi Studios came out with a “new” Temple Run game, which we’ve reviewed here, and we also played some soccer with the undead and froze time to break gems. (Android, Badland, Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller, Final Fantasy: All The Bravest, iPad, iPhone, Temple Run 2)

Slapshot82  +   774d ago
Temple Run 2 is indeed a good deal of fun. I didn't really mess with the original too much, but it's a good way to waste a few minutes here and there.
minich   773d ago | Spam

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