Titan Quest is a loot based action RPG originally published on PC and now ported to iOS. The goal of the game is to progress through the story while collecting the best gear you can find by defeating as many enemies as possible.
Once the player picks their class, there is no changing to any of the other available 29 classes. This means that if you want to experience each class a separate game will need to be played, making for a lot of replayability for those that would like to experience everything the game has to offer.
The touch controls of the game lend themselves well to the type of gameplay found within a loot based action RPG. From tapping to where you want your player to go or who you want them to attack to item inventory, all aspects of the games UI and gameplay work quite well with touching the screen.
Infinity Blade III is the final chapter in the mobile gaming trilogy developed by Chair, and tells the story of Siris and Isa teaming up with Raidrair in a final attempt to get ride of the Worker of Secrets and his Titans once and for all.
The Infinity Blade series was always known for top of the line graphics, and the final entry in the trilogy is no exception. Infinity Blade III is sharp, crisp, detailed, stunning to look at and has set the bar for mobile graphics.
The main game is pretty packed with content and offers a bunch of different levels, but also more customization and additional gameplay mechanics. Infinity Blade III has also been updated a few times with free level packs.
Although Infinity Blade III isn't free to download, there are a couple of microtransactions found in the game in exchange for virtual currency. These in-app purchases range from $0.99 to $99.99. Currency can be attained by playing the game, but attaining a large amount for free will be the res...
The virtual dual stick design makes for easy controls that never feel like they get in the way. While many games have had trouble with accurate touch controls DH4 has no issues and are a pleasure to use.
Much of the best items in the game can only be purchased with currency that is too difficult to earn. This makes for players that are better equipped if they pay for their items instead of earning through play. An unfair advantage to those with money.
Not everyone may like the art style of Implosion, but there's no denying that the visuals of the game are excellent. The game is compatible with devices starting from iOS 6.0, but actually takes advantage of the extra horsepower provided in the latest iPhones and iPads, such as the very powerf...