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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1012d ago | review

EuroGamer - Hero Academy Review

EuroGamer - Hero Academy - the new iOS game from the ex-Ensemble team at Robot Entertainment - is a nice piece of game design, but a truly great piece of spot-welding. As a turn-based fantasy battler, it's easy to play yet tricky to play well, it just about survives the implementation of micro-transactions, and it's delivered with a decent bobble-headed art style. (Hero Academy, iPad, iPhone) 7/10

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