AppSpy: Eliminate Pro Review

In a growing trend that's sweeping through developers and publishers on the App Store, players are finding themselves picking up games that are free to download and play, but have an in game store that's linked to your iTunes account. It's a popular model for Eastern MMO games, but it's proving successful here in the West and works surprisingly well for ngmoco's latest FPS, Eliminate Pro.

Unlike single-player experiences where enemy AI is fairly predictable and hides the lack of dexterity in a FPS control scheme, the frantic pace of multi-player can result in frequent errors. Eliminate Pro uses a standard comfortable d-pad and drag-to-look system, but also employs touch combinations that can get confusing while trying to avoid the incoming fire of multiple opponents.

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