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Lots of fun, good 'class' combos keep you coming back See More
Square Enix has done nothing to polish the graphics in this port which for the price point is a little disheartening. The black borders on both sides of the screen are also disappointing. To see Square do so little to accommodate HD devices and their swath of screen sizes, it makes one wonder how they get away charging the prices they do. See More
The ring command system used for selecting equipment and other options is still as innovative today as it was back in 1993. A first at it's time, the ring command system allowed for users to select their weapons and equipment easily without having to leave the main game screen, making for selecting quite easy. See More
Secret of Mana features a top down real time battle system akin to other action role playing games such as Legend of Zelda that at the time was a large shift from the turn based fare that Square created. Even today Square Enix does not foray too often into the action role playing genre, making for a unique experience when it comes to Square created titles. See More
Secret of Mana was created at the height of the 16bit SNES era and utilized some of the most colorful and stylized fantasy role playing game graphics. While it would have been nice to see Square polish them up a bit for HD devices, they still hold up, especially in a market that has many games designed with bit graphics as a current trend. See More
This is the game that started my search for mobile RPG games. See More
Loot is to be found throughout the game when destroying monsters, though there is some equipment available from the shop. Luckily the game is not pay-to-win, so that paid equipment is not as good as equipment that can be found in the game on your own. There are multiple tiers of items, some having unique effects like a 'chance to summon a skeleton on kill' which is pretty impressive for a mobile hack and slash. See More
You'll never have to wait for some sort of stamina/energy to refill. You'll never be blocked by consumables either: health potions/food drops from monsters, you can have gear with life regeneration. Play as much as you like in this free-to-play game. See More
The game can be played offline after you finish to download all the content it needs. However, some features are disabled while playing offline, such as upgrading abilities (timers require online synchronization), or transmuting items (timers require online synchronization). See More
You can have up to 3 companions that can follow you into battle. They are controlled by the AI but you can use their main abilities. The companions abilities are quite strong and enable powerful combos. Companions to choose from: Tank - taunts enemies and has a charge stunning the enemies in a large area. Healer - heals your team and can use vortex - pulling enemies towards a target spot. Ranger - comes with a nifty attack speed aura and can shoot a hail of arrows in a cone to inflict a lot of damage. Mage - has a cool-down reduction aura and can cast a powerful chain lightning (which is only available in the in-game store). Maggie - another healer whose major talent is a field that cancels the use of spells by enemies, preventing summoners from calling forth skeleton hordes, and prevents enemies from using healing spells (which is only available in the in-game store). See More
Charge or leap across the map, slow down time, raise above the field and hail your enemies with fire, incinerate the ground, or freeze your foes. These are just a few examples of abilities that can be upgraded in order to increase their power and obtain new game-changing effects. The upgrade takes time though, but can be sped up using in-game currency that you either earn through play or purchase through in-app-purchases. The combat itself requires tactical thinking. Facing a horde of monsters you can pull them together using Vortex, incinerate the ground beneath them, or use your AOE attacks then freeze them in place to maximize the damage. If you are facing a powerful champion, time you disablers properly and the battle can be won. See More
Tons of tactical combat techniques that are enabled by a plethora of abilities for you to choose from gives the game a lot of customizability in this area
You can fuse rings and amulets to obtain legendary versions of them while being able to choose the final stats. Really feels like crafting. Or you can fuse any other 3 items with a chance to get a better version. Gemstones can be socketed into your gear to customize your character. See More
Iesabel features a varied level design, having vastly different looking areas to fight ones way through. On top of this each area has a good variety of challenges making sure that one does not isn't in any certain area too long just grinding away on bad guys. See More
The main aspect of the included in app purchases is to remove wait times and long grinding sessions. Of course the game was specifically designed to have the obstacles in order to force players into paying repeatedly over the games life. Essentially, an endless money suck. With in app purchases ranging from $0.99 - $99.99 per item it is pretty obvious that the game was designed to pull in as much money as they can convince people to plunk down. See More
Any free to play game needs a way to make money and Dungeon Quest is no different. There are many items that one can purchase that are not too egregious such as cosmetic items like pets, but considering many of the in-app purchases are temporary stat boosts and potions and only there as way to make the game easier, one has to wonder if the game was designed to be unfairly balanced in order to earn more money. While Dungeon Quests in app purchases do not go as high as some games (ranging from $0.99-$19.99) the highest priced is still for in game currency that can be purchased over and over again, in turn making the cost of this game essentially limitless. See More
By limiting the amount of potions the player is able to use and forcing an excruciatingly slow replenish time Dungeon hunter 4 has broken the core gameplay in order to force users into spending real money just to fend off these false limitations, which no matter how many times one pays will always come back. It is a never ending cycle of payment just to be able to play the game in any acceptable manner. See More
Like all Square Enix games on Android, The World Ends With You asks a very high price for what is essentially an old game. Though it does seem like at least a little bit of work was put into this port as the graphics are redone in HD and gameplay has been adjusted for a single screen. See More
The transition from PC game to mobile has an issue with the touch controls feeling a bit loose or slippery making for a game that is tough to control at times. Seeing how the majority of the gameplay is action based this can definitely be a detriment to the player. See More
Starting the game one is playing something very reminiscent of a classic Gameboy game, many elements borrowed from famous franchises of the time. As the player advance the game changes it's graphics to match all of the popular consoles from the last 30 years and each change resembles many other popular classic. The game definitely brings back many good gaming memories. See More
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