Gameloft has since been known for two things: visually stunning games, and frustration. The quality of their games is obvious and although many will complain they are blatant ‘rip-offs,’ I, for one, welcome them. However, Gameloft’s Android track record isn’t the greatest. They usually make you jump through hoops to get any promotions they offer and up until recently — they hardly released games into the Android Market. Thankfully we’re starting to see Gameloft embrace the Android Market a bit more and that testament comes in their latest release of Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation. We’ll give you a brief synopsis of the game and let you know about what we’ve been hearing.
Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation is the latest installment in the Modern Combat series and remains one of Gameloft’s top first person shooter franchises. This latest iteration brings the war to U.S. soil as North Korea, Pakistan and Russia team up to launch terrorist attacks. This realistic FPS features:
- • A 13-mission campaign from Los Angeles to Pakistan.
- • Witness multiple memorable moments thanks to AAA scenario-scripting.
- • Different types of gameplay: escort, destroy, helicopter, 4×4 chase, etc.
- • Deep and intuitive FPS gameplay, now with a sprint and slide feature.
- • Next-gen GFX that allow for an unprecedented rendering of environments.
- • Improved SFX and voice acting will immerse you in an apocalyptic scenario.
- • Enter battles for up to 12 players in 6 exclusive maps and 7 different modes.
- • Use your customized weapons to move up an addictive leaderboard with more than just ranks.
Modern Combat 3: Falling Nation is available now in the Android Market for $6.99. While I’m used to paying that kind of price for Gameloft games, this one, however, has a few people upset. According to many angry users, the game is not only $6.99, but includes many additional in-app purchases which bringing the total cost to an unreasonable rate. I haven’t played it yet but would love to hear your opinions. Should a game that costs $6.99 be riddled with in-app purchases for content, or is this reasonable in today’s mobile gaming market? Let us know, and then if you’re interested in grabbing the game from the Android Market, simply hit the link after the video.
Android Market Link | Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation
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