Bladeslinger

Discussion in 'Android' started by LightyKD, Mar 10, 2013.

Mar 10, 2013

Bladeslinger by LightyKD at 12:50 PM (544 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. LightyKD
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    Member LightyKD Future CEO of OUYA Inc.

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    Bladeslinger was recently released on the Google Play Store for 2.99 (USD) It's a really kick ass game and definitely worth some playtime!

     
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    Grabbed this game today for my SGSIII amazed how nice it is.
    With my phone and Vita I'm struggling to get any time on my 360.

    I also recommend Rage of the Gladiator it's like Infinity Blade but better and Transformers Legends which is made by mobage who made Rage of Bahamut. It's Android only afaik and rocks.
     
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    Bladslinger sounds like some sort of crossover between Blade and Sling Blade... which would be pretty great, now that I think about it.

    Will I finally experience the thrill of battling vampires and french fried taters?
     
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    It reminded me of that old cartoon Marshall Bravestar lol that would make a sweet game.
    About Bladeslinger, I deleted it last night. Sure it looks nice and has great graphics but it is too clunky to be any fun. Also you pay for the game (well you are meant to ;) ) from the play store yet to make any real progress you need to spend even more money.
    I am tired of the freemium model. Once I see a game uses it I delete it from my device.
    I'm all for buying good games but it is becoming harder and harder to find good games that have no ads and are not trying to bleed us dry just to play them.
    The Simpsons Tapped Out looked fun and got good reviews, but to finish this 'free' game would cost me £100! No thanks EA.
     

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