The game is half the price, $15.99, and it is an enhanced version of the DS version with Retina Display support and much better textures. If you think this is too expensive, then you’re not a dedicated iOS gamer!
Posts Tagged ‘RPG’
ON SALE FOR $0.99! Battleheart takes RPG element from party-based and turns it into an amazing real time RPG experience. It consists of managing 4 member party into battle, with micromanaging your party inbetween battles. At the beginning it seems fairly simple, but how wrong that is.
Developed by Square and originally released in 1993 on the Super Nintendo Entertainment system, this title received considerable acclaim for its art style and action gameplay. Secret of Mana ($8.99) Re-released by Square Enix in 2008 for the Nintendo wii’s virtual console, and then in 2009 to Japanese Mobile Phones, Secret of Mana has finally [...]
In a Gameloft first, they’re doing a freemium game. However, this is not some farming game but a really awesome take on Legend of Zelda for your iPhone.
Originally released in December 2008, Chronicles of Inotia: Legend of Feanor received nothing but praise and its sequel, Inotia 2: A Wanderer of Luone took things one step futher. Inotia 3: Children of Carnia (Universal: $4.99) Well now, Com2uS are back with the third offering from Inotia and are promising an even bigger and better [...]
In this game you play as Ayden, a young hero who is chosen by the god Uryah to save the kingdom of Lasgalen from the Apocalypse. (oh yay) The game promises to offer hours of exciting action RPG gameplay in it’s amazing adventure in a majestic world.
Namco is now on the helm of this sequel to one of the most amazing game hybrids of all time. Think RPG and match 3 don’t match? Think again! Puzzle Quest 2 (Universal: $9.99) The original Puzzle Quest was such a hit on the iPhone scene. With this being a universal app and all, they [...]
Aralon is giant game! It’s one of the biggest on App Store. It is long in the sense of a console game, with a giant game map to boot. This RPG will have you playing for days and weeks, if you have the time to complete it.
The original Dungeon Hunter was good, but I found myself needing a bit more and some parts were a bit annoying. Well Gameloft have given me that bit more, and a hell of a lot more with the sequel which is bigger and better than the first.
I am a huge RPG fan; No doubt my favorite series in the genre is Final Fantasy. Gameloft’s Eternal Legacy has far surpassed my expectations of just how good an RPG on the iPhone could be.