Knight Hood has been out on the mobile scene for some time now, with little sign of slowing down. A turn based, combat heavy title, it manages to do something relatively new whilst simultaneously being about as conventional an RPG as there ever was under its surface.Continue reading
Momento Mori dropped onto mobile stores this month and has made a huge push on quality audio and visual presentation, but is this harem flavoured title from Bank of Innovation making any innovative strides in terms of gameplay?Continue reading
Just when we start to crave a new instalment in the hugely enjoyable Voice of Cards series, Square Enix drop another surprise announcement and provide us with another helping of card-crawling JRPG goodness. MBU couldn’t be more pleased!Continue reading
Not so long after we’d speculated that the game systems seen in the original title ‘Voice of Cards: the Isle Dragon Roars’ would make for a great framework for future campaigns, along comes Square Enix and Yoko Taro with a follow up that does exactly that.Continue reading
Mobile games tend to generate a lot of dislike, and of those Idle games seem to be the most universally despised by those who consider themselves hardcore gamers. But they have their place. We all love to dive into a deep and rich narrative and engage with every system a game has to offer, but we also have to work, and sometimes having a game run beside us while we do so is just what we need to break the monotony. Champions of Avan has taken some slack for not being the same kind of RPG as the last title produced by Early Morning Studio, but it produces a very cathartic experience dripping with a sense of character.Continue reading
Super Auto Pets is the first game out of independent studio Team Wood Games, and is available both as a free browser title as well as a mobile app for Android and (soon at the time of writing) iOS. At the easy-going cost of FREE (click here to play now), and with a lightning fast pace, it’s certainly a game worth checking out.Continue reading
It’s been far too long since ‘Arc the Lad: End of Darkness’ effectively brought the franchise to a screeching halt on the PlayStation 2 in 2005, and although the Arc series as a whole has never brought the kind of mass acclaim that other venerable RPG franchises have, it’s been time wasted for those who got to experience its other entries. Now, a mere 16 years later for those in the west, the series is seeing an attempted resurgence on mobile.
The endless tide of Match-3 RPG hybrid titles seems to have slowed down of late, and attempts to really dive into a blend of the two that goes beyond ‘Match-3 that resembles combat’ have become rare. The original Gunspell was released on mobile and Steam in 2014 and stood out in the crowd of anime-styled titles by have a strong WRPG vibe and modern supernatural fantasy setting. It’s sequel arrived early 2020 and looks to build on that formula. Continue reading
When SquareEnix announced that ‘Kingdom Hearts 3’ was going to end the original story setup to date through the series, which at the time spanned 9 titles across consoles, portable systems and mobile, it was highly expected that we would see the end of Sora and his nemesis Xehanort. Little did we know that Dark Road would be releasing to flesh out the series’ antagonist’s younger days.
After two sequels on the PSP and a spinoff action title, the Valkyria Chronicles series finally finds its way back to console after interest peeked in the IP after a successful remaster of the original game for PS4 and on Steam.