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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 643d ago | review

Eurogamer - Breach & Clear Review

EG:There is the skeleton of a strong tactical video game running through Breach & Clear. It may lack the roundness and heft of Frozen Synapse or X-Com: Enemy Unknown (both heavyweight strategy games that launched on iOS this year) but it also has an appeal that's distinct from these titles: the thrill of arranging a trap and then watching from the sidelines as its various components trigger. However, at this partial stage of development, Breach & Clear relies too heavily on promise rather than fulfilment. It has burst onto the App Store arguably before it was fully ready - ironic for a game that, more than most, should understand that how one makes an entrance is of utmost importance. (Breach & Clear, iPad, iPhone) 6/10

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