Good news for all you game lovers. As gameloft has just released Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour on iOS as well as Android, and it is one of the most impressive first-person shooters to have ever arrived on the touch devices. The newly launched game, boasts about running on the Havoc engine, with some of the greatest visuals in the same graphical appearance which we see in the latest generating call of Duty games on other consoles.
An impressive work has been done on this game which makes the value of this top class game on the top slot as once compared with other apps on App Store or Play store. The jaw-dropping graphics game come with both single as well as multi-player modes, and if you want to switch sides, Modern Combat 4 will also allow you to play the villain (which is your choice in some games). In villain mode you can make use of mistakes performed by them. The biggest changes come in multiplayer mode, though, with tons of new ways to arm yourself. As Modern Combat is action based game so you must get ready for some serious shooting action. The game will strike you with improvements in visuals from the get-go, and that translates onto its size.
Gameloft’s military shooter series seems content to mimic the immensely popular Call of Duty series from other platforms with apparently reduced vision. Zero Hour boasts some serious parallels with this year’s Black Ops II but despite its lack of ambition, the game delivers a big and entertaining mobile shooter at a fraction of the cost. Grumble all you want about intentions, but no other iOS game does online shootouts at anywhere near this level.
Title of Zero Hour really does improve on the formula in a very meaningful ways. This Modern Combat title looks really nice and is probably one of the most visually impressive FPS titles on current iOS devices. Last year’s campaign impressed with big set pieces, but dragged thanks to overlong and repetitive missions. Happily, Modern Combat 4 breaks from the formula just a tad with more variety in its action, including both ground and airborne drone vehicle sequences, plus generally more compact missions in the mix.
Textures are crisp, explosions and particle effects are more than expected, and, most important, the game runs at a reliable and fast frame rate. The weakest link seems to be character models, but even those aren’t too bad. Even the enemy kill animations are greatly improved, though much as the story line aims to shake things up by adding certain variety into the game, the dialogue alternates between generic and offensively tacky. But as a straightforward, action-packed bash through scads of terrorists, it’s a definite step up for the series. But it is important to note that as there is a large variety of iOS / Android devices currently in the market, your experience will definitely vary when you depending upon the specs.
For instance, while the above complements are certainly true on iPhone 5, it encountered some slow-down and degradation on iPad 3. Impressions in various forums over the web also seem to indicate that while the version of Zero Hour on the iPad Mini has all the available special effects, but still it doesn’t run in full Retina resolution. In addition, one can imagine that the visual quality is going to diminish on older devices. Such like games provide a real test for vendors especially when users start to compare the graphics performance with others.
Single Player Review
This attractive action game is somewhat dominated more by the single-player adventure, which features overused design and plot points. Much of what you’ll do involves entering rooms filled with enemies with the goal of eliminating all known usual threats and/or completing some basic action, like tapping a highlighted area to place an explosive charge. The monotony during the game is broken intentionally or unintentionally by vehicle segments, in particular involving machine gun equipped drones. For most of the part, game spends much of its time ferrying the main character of single player towards the next batch of your enemy waiting for your arrival. If you have expected the same performance by this sequel of Modern Combat, this game has done the job for you by delivering what was desired.
Multi Player Review
The game provides you a good deal Multiplayer option. Multiplayer is where the company redeemed itself. Up to 12 friends can form a party to slaughter each other to take on enemy teams in Team Battle, take on all comers in free-for-all Battle mode, where you can also enjoy 6 other objective-based games. There is a huge variety of weapons which let them customize their soldiers so that things run smoothly for the most part of the game. As you know that multiplayer games are addiction hence this one will also force you to spend hours tinkering in the armory and killing friends online. There are in-app purchases for more credits, used to unlock the upgraded weapons gear. Initially spending additional $9.99 seems a lot, but if we compare the price with other games on Xbox 360 such as Black Ops 2 which is $59.99, this deal would make you feel like having a free lunch.
We have a lot of positive things to say about Zero Hour. Having such a graphically-rich title on iPhone, iPad and Android smartphones like Samsung galaxy S III / Galaxy Tab 2, screens, game produces remarkable results. At the same time, and if we expect video games to grow up, publishers need to put in some more effort into components which were neglected, especially while developing the fourth entry of a popular game. We should also never going to expect these games to have perfect controls because it is practically impossible given just a touchscreen to use. For seven bucks, with quite a few online In-App purchases, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour seems to be the best Call of Duty impersonator on iOS and Android. We just expected a little more than what we have got.
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