Mafia III Rivals Review (Sony Xperia XZ): Just the Mafia Name, Not the Mafia Game (Video)

As you know, earlier this month the game Mafia III was launched on consoles and on the PC and just like it happens with most famous games, it also got a companion game on mobile. We played the Android version on the Sony Xperia XZ and we were pretty underwhelmed. The game is free in the Play Store and it’s a wannabe action/RPG. The core of the... 

LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens (LeECo Le Max 2) Review: Fun and Funny, Bit Expensive for the Whole Package (Video)

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens got a pretty nifty console game this summer and a port of the title was also made for mobile. The game is surprisingly solid, being almost a one to one port, only leaving aside the free roaming mode. Graphics look hot and the full story is here, humorous take included. We played the device on the LeEco Le Max 2 and... 

Ninja Turtles Legends Review (Samsung Galaxy J5 2016): Star Wars Galaxy of Heroes Clone, with Nice Animations (Video)

The game Star Wars Galaxy of Heroes may not have been the best entry in the Star Wars universe, but it’s still receiving a ton of downloads and some love from fans. It’s no wonder that even big franchises like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles took a page from its book and cloned it. Thus we have the Ninja Turtles Legends game, shown below. We... 

GTA Chinatown Wars Review (Samsung Galaxy S7): Unique GTA Experience on Mobile for Sure, Great Atmosphere (Video)

There have been quite a few Grand Theft Auto titles ported on mobile and tablets till now, but one more can’t hurt, especially an unique one such as GTA Chinatown Wars. It strays from the general approach, graphics and basically everything that defines GTA and goes all mobile. It’s no wonder it has a bite size format, since it started on... 

Oddworld Munch’s Oddysee Review (Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge): Return of a Classic, With Great 3D Graphics (Video)

We already reviewed an Oddworld game last year, on a Samsung high end smartphone and now it’s time for another one of their titles, also tested on a Samsung device. This time we played Oddworld Munch’s Oddysee, priced at $4 and tested on the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. The game was launched in November 2015 and it’s actually a port of... 

Xenowerk Review (ASUS ZenFone Zoom): Console-Level Third Person Shooter, a Bit on the Repetitive Side (Video)

While playing with the ASUS ZenFone Zoom, we also had fun with the game Xenowerk, available for free in the Play Store. It’s a third person shooter, with graphics good enough to have made it viable on the PlayStation 2 and first Xbox. The game involves an Ellen Ripley-style character from Alien, who’s fighting… you guessed it, aliens.... 

Grand Theft Auto Liberty City Stories Review (Huawei Nexus 6P): Port of a PSP Classic, With Bite Size Missions, Some Graphical Bugs (Video)

Grand Theft Auto Liberty City Stories was a game I played on the Huawei Nexus 6P, back when I was testing the phone and back when the game’s price had been reduced by quite a bit. Available on Android in mid February, the title got off to a nice start, with a 40% price cut. It’s a port of the PS2 and PSP game from 2005, with enhanced graphics... 

Door Kickers Review (Lenovo Phab Plus): As Close to SWAT Tactical Action as the Smartphone Takes You (Video)

I’ve had the chance of playing the game SIEGE from Ubisoft at the same time with Door Kickers and that was excellent, because they go hand in hand. They’re both tactical simulations of SWAT and police actions, especially taking down terrorists after kicking down doors and doing a surprise attack. Door Kickers is reviewed below. The game... 

Sandstorm: Pirate Wars Review (ASUS ZenFone Max): Ubisoft Gives Us a Barebones Almost Star Wars Scavenging Ship Experience (Video)

Star Wars The Force Awakens has some scavengers exploring ruins in the desert and that’s exactly the vibe I got from the game Sandstorm: Pirate Wars. The game comes from Ubisoft, it’s available for free in the Play Store and we played it on the ASUS ZenFone Max. It spent 10 months in soft launch and involves side by side battles with ships... 

WWE Immortals Review (Huawei Mate 8): Tapped Into the Vein and Vibe of MK X and Injustice, Slightly Lacking

Nether Realm has been on a roll over the past years, ever since Injustice, that was their big mark on the world of gaming. Ever since then fighting game means swiping and tapping your way into good looking combos. The recipe is unchanged for WWE Immortals, that gets our review below. We played the game on the Huawei Mate 8 handset and got it for free... 

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