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Submitted by Zackeryc 142d ago | review

Hardcore Droid's Modern Combat 5: Blackout review

In today’s stagnant console game climate, the first-person shooter reigns supreme. From Call of Duty to Battlefield, the market is full to the brim with AAA FPSs, but they’ve never been able to fully make the jump to the portable platform successfully. Modern Combat 5: Blackout, Gameloft’s answer to Activision’s insanely popular Call of Duty franchise, doesn’t do anything innovative – in fact, it sometimes comes off as blatant rip-off of its console brethren – but it does old very well, and it is easily one of the best mobile first-person shooters on Android. (Android, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Modern Combat 5: Blackout) 4/5

SteamPowered  +   142d ago
Great review. My Shield will eat this game up.
spicelicka  +   142d ago
These modern combat games are amazing for mobile games, they've replicated call of duty so well, every 6 months i see a new one. They should just invest in making a full console game.

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