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Avengers Initiative Review

Review Marvel Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 2 years, 1 month ago
Avengers Initiative Review

With all the recent buzz of Unreal powered titles, you’d be forgiven for thinking Avengers Initiative is packing this powerful engine beneath its gorgeous exterior. You’d be wrong, though it’s one of the few things the title hasn’t borrowed from the inspirational Infinity Blade. From the swipe-based combat to the level-grinding repetition, it’s Chair Entertainment’s classic in a nutshell, but it’s the small details that help it to stand on its…

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Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty Review

Review Marvel Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 3 months ago
Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty Review

It's easy to get caught up in the hype of the recent Marvel films in the lead up to the eventual cinematic version of the Avengers. While the inevitable game conversions of said movies have been less than stellar, the iOS titles have been more than playable, showing some passion for the franchise it represents. Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty by Marvel Entertainment and Sarbakan mixes things up from the expected 3D beat'em-up by giving 'Cap' a free-running experience governed almo…

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THOR: Son of Asgard Review

Review Marvel Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 5 months ago
THOR: Son of Asgard Review

Ahhh the movie tie-in - gamers dread its appearance for much the same reason that comic fans dread the movie conversion, especially when there's an outside chance that things actually come together so you have to give it a chance. THOR was a decent film - definitely worth seeing if you're after an action blockbuster - however the same can't be said of the App Store title Son of Asgard by Marvel Entertainment. Despite sporting the visual style of the film, the story is set apart and po…

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