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AG Drive iPad Review

By , on February 26, 2015


AG Drive
  • Publisher: ZORG
  • Genre: Racing
  • Released: 19 Feb, 2015
  • Size: 516.3 MB
  • Price: $3.99
Download on the AppStore
5 out of 5

PROS

  • Gorgeous
  • Super slick
  • So much content

CONS

  • No multiplayer
  • Tracks get a tiny bit samey

VERDICT

A brash and brilliant futuristic arcade racer, AG Drive is everything you hoped it would be


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AG Drive is the latest in a long line of swooshy swoopy futuristic racers to hit the App Store, but can it succeed where so many others have failed.

Yes, says Harry from Pocket Gamer. Yes it can.

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Comments

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ChennaiAds 2 years, 5 months ago

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Weegiemac 2 years, 5 months ago

Cheka, it's cheapskates like you who are pushing mobile gaming towards Freemium and an overload of IAP. This game soft launched as a Freemium title last June but the developer done a 180 and made it a full Premium title for a mere £3/$4.

If you can afford a £500 phone or tablet, you can afford a £3 app. Respect the developer and buy the game if you like the look of it. People holding out for 99p sales on £3 apps do my head in, absolute cheapskates who are pushing developers towards the Freemium model and ruining the mobile gaming scene for those who DO pay for their apps.

BUY THE GAME.

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Cheka 2 years, 5 months ago

What's the point of buying a new game right at its launch when you are certain you can get it during holiday sales at a lower price?

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TheAspieFox 2 years, 5 months ago

To support the developer?