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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 467d ago | review

Touch Arcade: Nameless: The Hackers Review

Touch Arcade: There's nothing I love more than a well-executed iOS RPG but there always seems to be an issue of balance in regards to presentation. On one hand, an emphasis on exploration and side quests (as well as the grind) act as throwbacks to the roots of the genre. Meanwhile, streamlined gameplay and simplified battle system are seen as an evolution towards the current mobile scene. BoxCat's Nameless: The Hackers [$1.99 / Free] is squarely in the latter camp. Eschewing a lot of the standard tenets for an RPG, Nameless focuses primarily on grinding and cutscenes, leading to a somewhat monotonous overall experience despite its decent battle system. (iPhone, Nameless: the Hackers) 3.5/5

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