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Submitted by HardcoreDroid 528d ago | review

Ninja Village Review: Warfare, Sweet Hair, & Talking Bears | Hardcore Droid

These days, it seems like everyone has a virtual town, farm, or space station to look after. Hardcore gamers may mock their friends' exploits on Farmville, but that doesn't stop many of us from playing games with very similar concepts. Kairosoft, the Japanese developer that received critical acclaim for Game Dev Story almost a year ago in May 2012, knows this better than anyone. Its mobile business model consists solely of assorted business and town management simulations which, despite their hefty price tags, have sold briskly and won the company a devoted following. But their latest sim, Ninja Village, might be Kairosoft's best game yet. (Android, iPad, iPhone) 4/5

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