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IGM Mobile - 'Vigilante: Speak for the Dead' Review - Rule The Roost

In time for the international launch, IGM Mobile reviews Vigilante: Speak for the Dead (VS4D). Any game that involves social interaction and a constant need to follow the situation requires time, more so than most. In the case of VS4D, based on the upcoming feature film ‘John Doe’, time plays a large part in how the game operates. From taking down small time criminals to building a clan worthy of wielding power, you’re going to need to put in as much effort as you can to get the most out of it. (Casual games, iPad, iPhone, Mobile) 88/100

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