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Submitted by triverse 785d ago | article

Don’t Die Hard When You Can Enjoy These Movie Games Instead

Triverse writes, "Die Hard, a rather questionable in quality movie licensed/tie-in game, hit Google Play and iTunes recently and well, it is not being received that well by critics. Basically the game is being rounded for various things such as in app purchases and lack of any real originality but personally, I don’t think the game was that bad- though definitely plenty of room for improvement (it does beat out the original Total Recall game on NES by A LONG SHOT though). Here are some other movie tie in games that gamers may be more receptiveto and able to glean more enjoyment from rather than Bruce Willis’ latest movie going experience in game form." (A good day to die hard, the mobile game, Android, Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty, iPad, iPhone, The Amazing Spider-Man, The Dark Knight Rises, Total Recall)

Mathew9R   785d ago | Spam

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