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Submitted by iilluminate 396d ago | review

Review: Modern Combat 5: Blackout (DarkZero)

Anthony Morris: "I’ll be honest here and start by saying I haven’t played the previous Modern Combat titles. On PC and consoles I love a good FPS, but I’ve never looked at touch screen devices as being the ideal platform to play the genre on. But having recently got a new ‘n’ powerful iPhone 5S, I have decided to spread my metaphorical gaming wings and try something new, and so I come at this game as someone with a great deal of FPS experience and a love for mobile games, but without the thoughts of what I liked and disliked about the previous/similar titles on the platform. You may be new to the genre yourself, and if so then this might be just the review you’ve been looking for." (Android, iPad, iPhone, Modern Combat 5: Blackout) 8/10

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