The First Tactics

The First Tactics

It’s hard to put ‘The First Tactics’ into perspective, one the one hand it offers some fun tactical combat across a number of different scenarios, but on the other it may be the worst case of ‘Engrish’ I’ve ever encountered.

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Dragon Age: Journeys

DAJourneys

Developed by EA to promote the release of ‘Dragon Age: Origins’, this Flash based browser game allowed players to learn about details of the world setting and experience some elements of the big-budget title for free in the months leading up to its release.

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Spelltorn: Clash of Fates

Spelltorn

Spelltorn separates itself from a sea of Social RPGs on iOS by basing itself more firmly on the principles of a pen and paper role playing game than other such titles. Offering an experience that is in part decided by player choice, with branching paths and dungeons that have been carefully crafted to provide an interesting experience.

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The Chronicles of Inotia 4: Assassin of Berkel

Inotia 4

After producing a truly entertaining third instalment into their growing Inotia franchise, Com2uS decided not to rock the boat and stuck with a formula that worked. Instead of the massive visual change between Inotia 2’s semi-serious feel and Inotia 3’s more anime inspired aesthetic, the fourth and currently final instalment in the series plays it safe on almost all fronts.

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The Chronicles of Inotia 3: Children on Carnia

Inotia 3

After an abysmal first instalment and a sequel that tried hard but failed to better the likes of ‘Zenonia’ on the early iStore, Com2uS returns with a third stab at the KRPG genre and proves that sometimes ‘third time lucky’ really is true.

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The Chronicles of Inotia 2: Wanderer of Luone

Inotia 2

The original ‘Chronicles of Inotia’ is possibly one of the worst cases of people buying any-old tat on the iStore simply because it was an RPG in a market starved for them at the time. Slow, lazy and an overall sour experience (we will not be reviewing it on MBU because nobody wants to put in the time to complete it), there were considerable concerns when a sequel was released. Luckily this second installment in the growing franchise of KRPGs outdoes its older brother on all fronts.

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