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Submitted by gaminglives 250d ago | review

Fates Forever - Review | GamingLives

GamingLives takes a look at Hammer & Chisel Inc's MOBA for the iOS market, which is soon to be released on Android.

"Fates Forever is likely going to be the best MOBA we see on touchscreen devices for a while - the gameplay is smooth and, despite a few design flaws, is easy to learn. While access to more characters would be appreciated, and some inclination as to what class each character is without having to watch a video, there is enough variation for new players to hone their skills in this beautifully designed world." (Android, Fates Forever, iPad) 7/10

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