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Submitted by TechRaptor 451d ago | review

Joe Danger Infinity Review | TechRaptor

It’s easy to be sceptical when a console franchise comes to iOS. There’s always the suspicion of a cheap cash in, or just of a game not suited to the new platform. This latter worry is especially true in regard to console games that require a great deal of precision, much like Joe Danger. With Joe Danger Touch, Hello Games showed that there was nothing to fear, crafting a game that felt custom-built for iDevices rather than shoved awkwardly onto a touch screen. With Joe Danger Infinity the developer have done the same, and though it doesn’t differ far from its predecessor, more Joe Danger is more than welcome. (iPad, iPhone, Joe Danger Infinity) 85/100

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