After receiving a warm welcome on Android and iOS devices in April 2014, Leo's Fortune is back in 1080p on PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One. The game is just as charming now as it was on smartphones and the good news is that it only cost €6.99/$6.99. Of course, don't expect it to be very long for such a price, but if you're the kind of player who likes to beat levels in the shortest time possible, check out our videos of the early levels.
People sayin' Paladins isn't "inspired" by OW design are funny. I can't even take the hi-rez guy seriously. Sure it was in development first. And it's changed (to be more like OW) a lot since then (21 minutes ago)
I meant EVENT...not Even. :-) (38 minutes ago)
Even 0,....one of the best experience with a game I had. Yes...it´s terribly short, but genius! I highly recommend. (39 minutes ago)
Well it's got like.. stuff to do in it unlike something like NMS I guess. I think people like the expansion content too. And bungie gameplay on consoles. (1 Hour ago)
@droezelke: For some people it was the first foray into an MMO, even if it was MMO-Lite. I can understand why some people love it. (4 Hours ago)
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