Submitted by -Mezzo- 1481d ago | review

Portable Gamer: Neuroshima Hex Review

Portable Gamer: As a self-confessed geek, I can’t help but get excited when the word “strategy” is put alongside the description of a game. Whether it be a full-blown real-time strategy on the PC, a board game such as Risk or a trading card game like Magic: The Gathering, I just cannot get enough. Where others see it as a little too complicated or boring, I revel in the thought of planning out a strategy that could ultimately lead to the demise of my opponent. (iPhone, Neuroshima Hex) 4.5/5

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