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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1045d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: Heroes of Destiny Review

Pocket Gamer: Follow this narrow path, kill a prescribed number of generic baddies, collect loot, level-up, and repeat.

For so-called epic games set in rich (if derivative) worlds, the vast majority of fantasy RPGs all boil down to that same core formula.

Heroes of Destiny is strangely refreshing because doesn't try to hide from this fact - it positively embraces the linear grind-fest at its core. (Heroes of Destiny, iPad) 7/10

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