The top 3 videos about mobile gaming you might have missed last week

By , on February 4, 2019
Last modified 2 weeks, 5 days ago

In case you hadn't heard, as well as being the best place to find the most interesting take on all the biggest bits of mobile gaming news, we've also got a YouTube channel. Every week we fill it up with the finest videos about your favourite hobby that the world has ever seen. They're polished, they're intelligent, and they don't involve anyone shouting inane things directly at you.

So we thought it'd be a good idea to make sure you were caught up with the very best of them. With that in mind, every Monday for the foreseeable future, we're going to be rounding up what we think are the finest videos that have landed on our YouTube channel over the last seven days.

If there's a game you'd like to see more of, or something you'd like us to cover, then do let us know in the comments section at the bottom of the article. After all, we're here for you, and we want to make sure that we're doing the best job possible.

Langrisser Mobile review

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We took a long hard look at the SRPG's first steps into the mobile world. It's a classic series, and there are no doubt fans out there who are wondering whether this free to play version of their favourite game is going to be any cop. Well, we can assuage some of those fears right now - Langrisser Mobile is one of the best strategy games we've played on our phones for a good long while.

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Backfire review

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A game that takes the shooter genre by the scruff of its neck, shakes it about like a lion disciplining an unruly cub, and then tries to murder you. It might take a little while to get going, but if this backwards blaster manages to get under your skin, you're going to spend an awful lot of time trying to make it through its waves of evil demons.

Click here to download Backfire for iOS

Tacticoool review

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We really, really like Tacticool in these parts. There's just something about how the game parcels up its little slices of action that makes it feel pretty special. It's got some great ideas, and almost every round of the top-down, team-based shooter that you play, it's almost guaranteed that something ridiculous is going to happen. In one game we got killed by a flying door, for example.

Click here to download Tacticool for iOS


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