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Submitted by Tuxedose 559d ago | review

Combat Monsters Review:A Card Battler That Does Freemium The Right Way - Corrupted Cartridge

Corrupted Cartridge says: "There are a lot of free-to-play games out there, and while most of them try to milk concepts already perfected – there are some who actually try to renew a genre now and then. Rubicon have tried to make Combat Monsters into one of those games that takes a well known concept, and tries to make something that feels fresh. Have they succeeded?" (Combat Monsters, Indie, Mobile, PC) 3.7/5

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