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Submitted by shaneryanTB 556d ago | review

Am I Hero? review | Thunderbolt

Shane Ryan, Thunderbolt writes:
Am I Hero? It’s a valid question to all of us. One many of us shall surely ponder in later life. What good – if any – did we achieve. Where Jackie Chan once asked Who Am I? and answered it with a slice of flimsy cinema bolted together with some tight action scenes, here there’s a look for the truth in a short repetitive quest and the allure of in-app purchases. The question isn’t so much answered as priced up and flogged. (Am I Hero?, iPhone) 2/10

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