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Submitted by HardcoreDroid 835d ago | opinion piece

The 10 Most Anticipated Android Games of 2013

Not too long ago, if you asked the staff at Hardcore Droid to list our most anticipated Android games, it would have been a list of last year’s iPhone hits. Now the ‘droid has a slew of timely ports and even some exclusives. It seems like whether you’re gaming on PC or on the go, this is the year of adventure games and old-school RPGs, thanks in no small part to Kickstarter. The crowd-funding service has meant gamers are getting the games they want on the platforms they way, and now we even have two new Android consoles – the OUYA and GameStick – thanks to the service. (Android, Broken Age, Dead Trigger 2, Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy Tactics, Frozen Synapse, Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded, Phoenix Wright Trilogy, Shadowrun Returns, Soul Fjord, Tex Murphy - Project Fedora)

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