EA Sports UFC Review (Allview S2 Soul Pro): More Fun Than Mortal Kombat X and Featuring Tons of Trademark Combos (Video)

Usually Electronic Arts tends to let me down in both mobile and console titles. Ever since NFS Most Wanted they’ve let me down again and again, maybe except for the latest two FIFA titles. Anyway, they redeemed themselves a lot with the game EA Sports UFC, reviewed below. Available for free in the Play Store, the game takes up over 400 MB of... 

Implosion Never Lose Hope Review (HTC Desire 820): Console-Quality Title With Great Graphics, Voice Acting and Story (Video)

Implosion Never Lose Hope is the kind of game that would be fine on consoles, let alone on mobiles and tablets. The game debuted a few weeks ago and it’s priced at 10 euros on iOS and the same price on Android, but on that platform you can play the first 6 levels for free. The main character here is Jake, the pilot of a mech called Avalon, that... 

Mortal Kombat X Review (Huawei P8): More Than Just an Injustice Skin, Filled With Original Content (Video)

Mortal Kombat X entered a new phase in the life of the series, with a mobile version being released together with the console and PC one. The gameplay is totally different in the mobile version and most importantly, the game is free. We played the title on the Huawei P8 and had a blast. Coming from NetherRealms, the game was released on April 9th on... 

Real Steel Champions Review (Amazon Fire Phone): Rock ’em, Sock ’em Battles With Lots of Customization (Video)

There have been a few games related to the Real Steel movie ever since it came out a few years ago. Most of them are based on the idea of rock ’em, sock ’em robot battles and so is Real Steel Champions. We played it on the Amazon Fire Phone and had a blast. The game is a freemium, that includes an energy system and timers for upgrades.... 

X Street Fight Review (HTC One M9): Almost Contra, Almost Good… (Video)

It’s time to go old school for a bit, with a game called X Street Fight. The title was played on the HTC One M9 and aims at combining elements from Street Fighter with the likes of Contra. It feels very much like Contra and it’s a surprisingly violent title for a mobile game. This is a side scrolling action game, with vulgar language, scantily... 

Star Wars Rebels Recon Review (HTC One M9): Solid Platformer, a Bit Expensive and Gimmicky With that Base Builder Minigame (Video)

I played with the HTC One M9 for a few days and got cozy with it, cozy enough to play a few games on it. Those included the Star Wars Rebels Recon title, that’s tested in the video review below. We’re dealing here with a game taking up 1.1 GB of storage and played on the powerful One M9, so we fully enjoyed its graphics. This is both a... 

Dark Guardians Review (BlackBerry Passport): Dark Endless Runner With Lots of Potential (Video)

BlackBerry Passport runs Android apps and that’s no shock to anyone at this point… The shocking part is that you have to pay $1.15 for an endless runner side scrolling title like the one below. It’s called Dark Guardians and it’s initially a pleasant experience. It runs on the BlackBerry Passport, as shown in the video and features... 

Game of Thrones Iron From Ice Review (Nexus 6): Lots of Heart and Original Content, But Also Lacking Action (Video)

Telltale Games is already ready to hit a homerun on the mobile, thanks to so many quality games, usually graphic novel titles with excellent dialog. Everyone got excited hearing they were making a Game of Thrones title, myself included. Well, let’s see how the first episode of the series turned out… It’s called Iron from Ice and we... 

Bruce Lee Enter the Game Review (Nexus 6): Arcade Beat ‘Em Up With Original Bruce Lee Content (Video)

Bruce Lee Enter the game is one of the very few martial arts titles out there and one based on Bruce Lee no less. It’s available for free, but it’s a freemium game, with hearts that run out every once in a while and other such mechanics. We played the game on the Nexus 6 handset and had a blast, apart from the times it got frustrating.... 

Iron Kill Review (Sony Xperia Z3): Fun Robot Fighting Game with Pretty Nice Looking Graphics (Video)

It’s strange to see that Real Steel has a bit of a monopoly on robot fighting games for some reason. Well, that monopoly is gone, since there’s another game of this type that you can enjoy. It’s called Iron Kill and it was launched in November, being available for free in the Play Store. We played it on the Sony Xperia Z3 and while... 

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