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Submitted by BIoodmask 1999d ago | review

VideoGamer: Touch KO Review

Touch KO is a disappointing game, not because it's terrible, but because it's not nearly as accomplished as it should have been. Visually it's excellent, sporting some well modelled fighters, and the offensive control scheme should have served as a foundation for an impressive fighter, but a complete lack of challenge and some iffy defensive controls let it down. The game succeeds as a graphical showcase, but don't expect to be playing for weeks to come. (Mobile) 6/10

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