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Submitted by CaptainFaisal 880d ago | trailer

Is N.O.V.A. 3 the Best-Looking iPhone Game Yet? + Multliplayer Trailer

Gameloft has never been shy about the heavy influence the Halo franchise had on its first two N.O.V.A. titles. Despite this significant borrowing, IGN awarded both N.O.V.A. and N.O.V.A. 2 Editor's Choice awards, praising their intense gunplay and ambitious design.

For N.O.V.A. 3, it appears Gameloft has turned to a different sci-fi FPS franchise for inspiration. Space marine protagonist Kal Wardin has been redesigned to resemble Crysis hero Jake Dunn instead of Master Chief, and players also have a variety of revised Crysis-esque abilities at their disposal. Gameloft has also seemingly taken inspiration from Crysis developer Crytek's technical wizards– N.O.V.A. 3 is probably the most visually impressive mobile game I have seen yet. (Gameloft, iPhone, N.O.V.A. 3)

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Relientk77  +   880d ago
Looks like Halo on the iPhone
kent80082007  +   880d ago
halo, mass effect and crysis hybrid

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