New Game: Modern Combat 4 Zero Hour Finally Available on Play Store, After Some Trouble (Video)

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  • 13 Dec 2012
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  • Although Gameloft’s Modern Combat 4 Zero Hour shooter should have been available from December 10, it appears that on Tuesday the game was available on the Play Store and then pulled back fast. This also happened to the GTA Vice City title recently and as far as MC 4 is concerned, the problem was caused by “download conditions”. Luckily, the game is available now, free of hassle.

    The FPS title is available for $6.99 and it’s worth every penny. We’re dealing with a shooter that requires Android 2.3 and up, takes up almost 2 GB of space and for some people it strongly resembles Call of Duty’s latest releases, a thing I agree with. The cool thing in the game is that you can play with both the good guys and the villain, Edward Page. Modern Combat 4 has a tactical side, that allows you to dominate the battlefield using certain strategies. This is the first Gameloft title that uses the Havok Engine and it has great ragdoll effects and realistic feeling vehicles.

    Console style graphics and lifelike animations are here, plus every weapon is carefully designed and has accurate recoil. You travel all over the globe, from Barcelona to the Arctic and you shoot baddies, customize weapons with over 20,000 arrangements and apply a specialization system with new skills. Voice acting is handled by a big studio in the movie industry, so the story should be delivered in top notch form. The campaign offers 13 missions, that take about 4 hours to complete, with higher difficulty settings increasing that time span. You can download the game from here and enjoy the most awaited FPS of the year.

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