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Published: 2016-08-19 17:40:55 | Clicks:18 | Author:

Hey, guys! Have you played Eisenhorn: Xenos? It is an incredibly ambitious action adventure that aims to bring the AAA experience to mobile. Today we will show you interesting Eisenhorn: Xenos review, let’s talking about the feeling after playing this game. Besides, more mobile app games news are waiting for you!

If you're coming to XENOS to do some power armor and blast some green skins, you've come to the wrong place. Unlike most Warhammer 40,000games, XENOS takes the spotlight off of hulking space marines and places it squarely on Eisenhorn, a member of the Imperium's secret police force known as the Inquisition. In this role, you'll primarily be investigating the movements of some not-so-savory members of the Imperium, in a story that manages to stay pretty interesting despite some wooden voice acting and strange pacing.

So while there aren't any Orks and only a handful of Space Marines throughout XENOS, you -- as Eisenhorn -- get to dispense justice with your psychic abilities. You'll also have to occasionally break out your sword and gun to show folks you really mean business, but only really if you reach a climactic part of the story or fail to use stealth effectively.

Despite looking kind of like a Gears of Wargame, Eisenhorn: Xenos game really focuses on story, to the point that large sections of gameplay consist of little beyond moving from one point to another to trigger dialogue and cutscenes. Regardless of what you might think of this, it's probably a good thing that the lean of this game is on story since the game combat is pretty crude and buggy, while the game story has the benefit of being based on a book.

If you are excited to hear that XENOS leans on a narrative based on existing fiction, let me stop you before you get too excited. As nice as this game may look in stills, almost every aspect of it is poorly designed, problematic, broken, or buggy in some way. Levels have huge layouts that provide little or no direction, characters animate and act poorly, audio bugs cut out entire sections of dialogue, combat sequences can fail to trigger properly, enemy AI sometimes get stuck in the environment -- this list could go on and on.

In a word, XENOS is still a fully-fledged third-person story-driven game. It goes a lot of places and tries tons of things that mobile titles generally don't or can't. Do you want to get Eisenhorn: XENOS guide? You should pay attention to our website, and we will share with you more tips of top free strategy games!