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Submitted by HAMM3RofBUDDHA 158d ago | review

Football Heroes Review | Entertainment Buddha

Nostalgic Arcade Football With a Twist.

Entertainment Buddha's Matt Heywood writes, "Football Heroes is a new free-to-play game for the iOS and Android (not available yet) platforms that sports the marketable tagline – “Football + Beat ‘Em Up + RPG.” After spending the last couple of days with it, it’s safe to say that Run Games’ marketing department was spot on with Football Heroes’ description. This Tecmo Bowl meets NBA Jam crossed with Double Dragon affair is one of the most unique sports gameplay experiences to ever be developed, and the fact that it’s free and touchscreen based makes it a must play mobile gaming joy ride." (Android, Football Heroes, iPad, iPhone, Mobile) 9/10

Spinal  +   157d ago
From the gameplay it looks really fun. I actually will download this and the fact that is free is all good in my book.

Hopefully there isn't any nickel and dime strategy in it.
princejb134  +   157d ago
I have this game and is pretty awesome

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