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Initial post: Dec 15, 2012 3:30:37 PM PST
This game came out last week without me noticing.

Current Metacritic: 84%

Gamereactor Denmark- 90

The single-player campaign is completely generic, but multiplayer shines, and we can't help but be impressed with what Gamefly are able to squeeze out of the hardware. This is the kind of shooter we were hoping to see on Vita.

AppSmile- 100

Featuring graphics, sound, and gameplay that continue to push the envelope for mobile gaming, Modern Combat 4 is an engaging and immersive juggernaut that absolutely blows us away.

AppSpy- 100

Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour may still fall short of its console brethren, but it still remains a predictably solid series for the iOS platform and one that only gets more gorgeous with each generation.


Slide To Play- 100

Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour is the closest they've come yet to recreating a recent Call of Duty game on iOS.

TouchGen- 90

What Gameloft have created here is almost the complete package. It is truly AAA in scope and presentation. It's just a shame that it is still lacking decent AI routines for enemies and the voice acting it deserves. Of course, take things out of the campaign mode and into multiplayer, and MC4 really shines.

Multiplayer.IT- 85

Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour is a solid FPS, with a blockbuster direction and stunning graphics. The touch controls work fine and are fully customizable, but they lack of an auto-fire option.

Modojo- 80

We have nothing but positive things to say about the spectacle. Having such a graphically-rich title on iPhone and iPad screens is remarkable. At the same time, and if we expect video games to grow up, publishers need to invest the same effort into the other components, especially when dealing with the fourth entry of a popular franchise.

148Apps- 80

The multiplayer is the real star here: there's a whole bevy of modes to check out with players form around the world.

TouchArcade- 80

While some may complain about the lack of significant improvements, I'm willing to be satisfied with the fact that Gameloft has taken a successful series and preserved the single player campaign with small changes and improvements to an otherwise well-done formula.

IGN- 7.8

Modern Combat 4 might be a small step backwards but it's still an impressive, action-packed adventure. At its best, the game offers up real moments of intense gunplay.

Pocket Gamer UK- 70

Occasionally messy, often offensive, but sometimes brilliant, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour is a blend of entertainment and frustration unlike anything else.

Gamereactor Sweden- 60

Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour is a really cheap alternative to the real Call of Dutys, but don't expect the same amount of content and polish.

Posted on Dec 15, 2012 3:55:43 PM PST
phone game better than Vita CoD confirmed.
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