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5 mobile games that might scratch your Deus Ex: Mankind Divided itch

Feature By AppSpy Staff, 3 years, 3 months ago
5 mobile games that might scratch your Deus Ex: Mankind Divided itch

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is out on those consoles you all like to play games on. But what if you fancy some cyberpunk goodness on your mobile phone? Well don't worry, because with this handy list of pocket-sized games that are like the gritty dystopian shooter you'll soon be hacking into the matrix and riding the information super high way all the way to sci-fi glory. Deus Ex GO Okay so the first two entries in the list are going to be cheats. Deus EX GO is the latest game in Square Enix's GO series, following on from the success of the good Hitman GO and the great Lard Croft GO. It's got all the yellow-hued sneaky shooty action of the games that inspired it, but packaged up in a magnif…

Space Marshals 2 shows how a proper Deus Ex mobile game could work

Feature By Jon Mundy, 3 years, 3 months ago
Space Marshals 2 shows how a proper Deus Ex mobile game could work

We've recently seen the release of Deus Ex GO onto the App Store, which is a brilliant puzzler set in the universe of the new Deus Ex: Mankind Divided game for console and PC. Deus Ex GO is far removed from the ambitious-but-flawed Deus Ex: The Fall, a 2013 iOS game that tried to be a little too faithful the the first person stealth-action of its host series. Indeed, in recognising the platform's unique attributes and - yes - limitations, we reckon that Deus Ex GO is the better mobile game of the two. But another new iOS release has me wondering if there was another way. Space Marshals 2 is a deeply impressive stealth-action game that nails many of the core elements of the Deus Ex console…

The top 13 Western RPGs that are yet to make it onto mobile

Feature By Glen Fox, 4 years, 10 months ago
The top 13 Western RPGs that are yet to make it onto mobile

Western RPGs come in a variety of different flavours but in general they're darker, bloodier, and more open-ended than their Japanese counterparts. Yesterday's list was much shorter and for one reason: a lot of the greatest JRPGs have already made it onto mobile. There are a lot of Western RPGs that are timeless and shouldn't remain as a forgotten chapter in gaming history. Here's a list of the top 13 that I think should be preserved on iOS and Android. 1. Gothic II - Most certainly Piranha Bytes' best game ever, Gothic II stands the test of time by having one of the grittiest and most responsive worlds in RPG history. The combat system was rhythm based and would serve…