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Submitted by djcitizend 405d ago | review

Real Steel: World Robot Boxing | 148Apps

Mike Deneen from 148 Apps writes:

"While the movie “Real Steel” may not have been all that great, it certainly has made for a pretty good premise for a video game. After all, people would much rather control fighting Rock‘em Sock‘em robots than actually watch Hugh Jackman control one. The first Real Steel game enjoyed over 10 million downloads on the App Store, but what about its follow up, Real Steel: World Robot Boxing?" (iPad, iPhone, Real Steel) 4/5

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