Edge of Tomorrow Game



    Edge of Tomorrow Game's review

    Published: 2014-05-13, by Peter Warrior.

    The official Edge of Tomorrow tie-in game

    • Cutscenes are clips from the film
    • Thrilling and challenging
    • Free, no in-app purchases
    • Random deaths now and then
    • It needs more back story and stuff

    "Life back and fight forward"

    This is a game with one particular feature: when you die you start over again.

    I don't know what's the difference with any other video game in the history of video games, but that's what Warner is promoting everywhere.

    Anyway, Edge of Tomorrow is a first person shooter (FPS) set in a Starship Troopers-like setting where humans, armed with exoskeletons and heavy weaponry must attack oozy gargantuesque octopedal aliens from outer space. Game begins in a D-day landing, all mayhem and chaos, and you have to run across the beach, avoiding shrapnel, falling choppers and exploding vehicles. On your way, many of those aliens will show up.

    As other mobile FPSs, your left thumb will move your character, while the right run will make you see around. Once your crosshair is on a target, you'll automatically shoot, but those aliens can really bear a lot of damage so you'd better stick close to your packmates in hope they get attacked first.

    We'd like it had some kind of multiplayer, or you could command your teammates, or any other additional features. Tilt controlling would also be welcomed.

    It's an effective and attractive FPS regardless of which film it's promoted. There are no in-app purchases or ads. However, it's quite challenging (something unusual in a movie tie-in game) and the lack of additional features makes it boring sooner than later.

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    by Peter , Appszoom

    May 13, 2014


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