Fatal Frontier, developed by Gameview studios and distributed by Mobage, is the sci-fi sibling of Blood Brothers, so if you liked that you can spare the effort of reading this review and click on the 'download' tab instead.
For those of you who haven't played it yet, Fatal Frontier is halfway a tactics game and a RPG adventure. Your party moves along the board facing different enemies and finding treasure boxes. By the way, you can recruit new crew members (there are 50 or more), though sometimes it's be better if you keep the old ones in line because they are already leveled up. Between stages there are a brief yet nice comic-like cutscenes to keep you in the story.
Flaws can be summarized in: little if any control over fights, and average graphics that might be improved just by giving the option to zoom in on them. Likewise, character artwork is great, though game could brag more about it and let us to enjoy more character pics, bios, any customization option or whatever. Although there's an arena mode, the overall feeling is that it's too linear, both in character upgrade as story itself as well. On the other hand, music is awesome, and we appreciate when a developer pays attention to this.
Rated a 3 almost a 4 out of 5. It's fun, it isn't particularly difficult and it's an enjoyable and recommendable game which doesn't abuse of in-app purchases or annoying ads.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Sep 20, 2012