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    Darkest Hunter

    Choose your hero, grab your weapon, learn new spells and ... HUNT! Eliminate every nasty beast you encounter, collect loot and find the rarest, as well as the best equipment!

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    Darkest Hunters is not a bad game, especially given its price point. But the content itself quickly feels just like you’re “going through the motions”, save for some of the more thrilling scenarios against bosses. RPG elements are here, providing an additional layer of engagement beyond that of a simple tile-matching game, though this sentiment does not extend to the narrative (or lack thereof). Quest requirements, and just moving around, can become a chore at times, with that feeling further amplified when playing exclusively with a controller. For me, if a game incentivizes touch controls, to the point that it is the clear winner, I’d rather just fire it up on a phone. That could just be me though – if the details I’ve outlined above interest you whatsoever, then purchasing Darkest Hunters might not be a bad way to spend a fiver.

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