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Submitted by F-Inglese-94 478d ago | review

Archangel Review [Capsule Computers]

Frank Inglese Writes:

Heaven, Hell and everything in between. The Bible can be translated and perceived in many different ways; it can be used as a guide in which a person may live, it can be used to teach lessons to the masses or it can be used as inspiration for an epic movie/game/comic with kick-arse action and a divine protagonist that gets fans of the supernatural into an excited frenzy. Black Tower Studios alongside Unity Games have jumped onto this bandwagon with the release of their new action game “Archangel” which puts you into the holy boots of a soldier working for the lord as he is tasked with a mission that revolves around the cleansing of a darkness-filled plane of existence. Boasting fantastic graphics and an innovative control systems, “Archangel” has been presented as the game to end all mobile games but does it truly hold it to hype? (Android, Archangel, iPad, iPhone, Mobile) 6/10

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