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Articles tagged with "Rpg"

In-app purchase requests dampen Eternity Warriors 2's great dungeon-crawling gameplay

As much as I was willing to love Glu’s Eternity Warriors sequel, the constant pressure to drop real world dollars kept me from being totally engrossed. What could have been an addicting dungeon crawler turns into an opportunity for Glu to score a quick buck. Eternity Warriors 2 casually walks past ... Full Article »

September 6, 2012 12:30pm

Inotia 4 offers solid gameplay and darker edge than previous episodes

Inotia 4: Assassin of Berkel is the latest in Com2uS's Korean Action RPG franchise. Like its main competition, Zenonia, the series has gone free-to-play with lots of in-app purchase items. The story takes a slightly darker turn than the previous games. Generally the game is very well done, as expect ... Full Article »

August 28, 2012 1:00pm

Kairobotica Android game is an obsessive grinder

Kairobotica is part simulation and part RPG, but it's not really thoroughly in either camp. Well, it's more solidly an RPG than a simulation. Anyway, it has elements of both genres, but if you're looking for a game that is an RPG or a simulation, then this might not be what you're looking for. But i ... Full Article »

August 22, 2012 1:30pm

Humorous Cthulhu Saves the World a clever RPG for Android

I'm a big PC gamer and I played Zaboyd Games' Cuthulhu on Steam. Now it's on my phone and I'm playing it again. It's such a great and hilarious little top-down role playing game that I'm not upset about retracing my steps. Cthulhu Saves the World is an old school turn-based RPG in the 8 bit traditi ... Full Article »

August 8, 2012 7:00pm

Save the world and have some laughs with retro RPG Dragon Fantasy

Dragon Fantasy is a new retro RPG from developer Muteki Corporation. More than simply a throwback to old 8- and 16-bit Japanese RPGs, this is a celebration of them, full of referential humor, fourth wall breaking, and tongue-in-cheek jokes about the genre. The title itself is a reference to Dragon Q ... Full Article »

August 6, 2012 12:30pm

Android game Cardinal Quest makes for a very likable roguelike

Roguelike dungeon crawlers may not be nearly as popular today as they once were, what with the often brutal challenge and permanent death system with very few extra lives, but every now and again a solid, indie roguelike will come out and remind everyone why they're awesome. Case in point, Cardinal ... Full Article »

July 10, 2012 1:15pm

Android App Video Review: Dark Legends

Now that we've had a fantasy and science fiction based MMO, it's about time for a horror-based one. Take control of a vampire in a world full of things that go bump in the night, including zombies, ghosts, necromancers, warlocks, and werewolves. The story is pretty basic stuff, full of night clubs, ... Full Article »

June 3, 2012 7:25am

Rule the Kingdom is actually different from other RPGs

If you want a game that you'll be able to play for a long time and that doesn't cost you any money, then Rule the Kingdom will satisfy your urges. At its heart, Rule the Kingdom is an RPG not unlike Zenonia or old Legend of Zelda games, for example, but there's more substance to it than that, and it ... Full Article »

May 16, 2012 3:30pm

Android App Video Review: ADVENA

You play as a simple warrior with a power-crazy brother who I’m willing to bet a million dollars is being controlled or possessed by some greater evil force. You are foretold to come along and save everyone from all the bad things and stuff. I did not care for the trite story set-up, and the erron ... Full Article »

May 9, 2012 9:38am

Zenonia 4 is an Android action RPG that is actually kind of fun

Despite the fact that I really enjoy RPGs on my game consoles and PC, I'm not usually one to play them much on my phone, but Zenonia 4 actually seems worthwhile. Zenonia 4 is, as the title indicates, the third sequel to Zenonia, a sprite-y action RPG that everybody pretty much liked. Zenobia 4 is a ... Full Article »

May 1, 2012 5:30pm

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