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Atom Run:  Futuristic Platform Game with Many Surprises and Challenges

Gone Free! Atom Run

 
EPOCH.2: Great Looking, Top Notch Action Sequel

Gone Free! EPOCH.2!

 
[ Free Via IGN ] The Walking Dead: Season Two- The Zombie Apocalypse Survival Continues in Season 2

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Zenonia 3 Review: High Energy Retread, Muddied By IAP

 
 
 
 
 

Last year, App Chronicles reviewed, and loved, Zenonia 2 from Gamevil. At the time, we gave it 4 1/2 stars and called it “the best on the platform” in terms of RPG play. But in the year since, a lot has happened in the App Store, and a lot of phenomenal RPG titles have released….(Read the full article)

Chaos Rings Ω for iPad Review: Second Verse, Same as the First

 
 
 
 
 

Last year, we all fell in love with Square Enix’s iOS-dedicated JRPG title, Chaos Rings. It recieved acclaim across the Internet in both its iPhone and iPad versions; App Chronicles gave the game 4 stars and called it “spectacularly designed and extremely playable.” So what did Square Enix decide to do with its follow-up title,…(Read the full article)

Final Fantasy III for iPad Review: RPG History, Still Relevant

 
 
 
 
 

Square Enix continues to embrace portable gaming on the iOS in a very real way. Besides awesome original offerings like CHAOS RINGS, they have regularly been releasing the first tiles from the FINAL FANTASY series to the App Store. And so we have made it to the storied, historic Final Fantasy III, a game which…(Read the full article)

Order & Chaos Online Review Part 1 (Levels 1-20): Massively Fun

 
 
 
 
 

Reviewing Gameloft’s Order & Chaos Online has been difficult. Reviewing an MMORPG isn’t like reviewing a linear game; there’s so much potential experience, so many possible outcomes, and so much game to sift through, that you’re always afraid that you’ll reach a premature conclusion. So instead, I’m approaching this as a partial review: my impressions…(Read the full article)

Battleheart Review: Scrappy Heroes

 
 
 
 
 

It’s been an interesting time in the App Store lately, with some unexpected little gems coming out of nowhere to gain attention and sales. The latest game to pop onto my radar unexpectedly is Battleheart, recently named the iPad Game of the Week. This RPG-esque combat game packs a lot of fun into its tiny…(Read the full article)

Eternal Legacy Review: Rare Flop

 
 
 
 
 

As anyone who reads my reviews regularly knows, I am an avid player of Gameloft titles. So I was really looking forward to Eternal Legacy, their take on the Japanese style RPG. Unfortunately, Eternal Legacy really disappoints with a pastiche combat system and some spotty voicework that sour a potentially decent game experience. I will…(Read the full article)

Puzzle Quest 2 Review: Great Puzzle, Touch-Impaired Quest

 
 
 
 
 

Puzzle Quest 2, sequel to the amazing game that made its way to iOS in 2008, comes to your iPhone and iPod Touch just in time for the holidays. And in most ways, PQ2 is an improvement over the already excellent original. Unfortunately, a questionable touch interface tarnishes what could otherwise be a fine “gift…(Read the full article)

Ash Review: Solid and Enjoyable RPG Experience

 
 
 
 
 

Ash, the new turn-based RPG from SRRN Games,  is fashioned as an SNES-Era 16-bit RPG, the kind that I used to lose hours and hours to when I was in high school. And in large parts it hits that sweet spot, delivering a nostalgic experience that succeeds despite some rough spots. The best part about…(Read the full article)

Hybrid 2 Review: Uneven Mixture

 
 
 
 
 

I am an RPG fan, and in general I have enjoyed the RPG offerings of Gamevil, makers of the excellent Zenonia 2. But I just did not enjoy Gamevil’s newest RPG offering, HYBRID 2: Saga of Nostalgia. It’s an odd duck of an RPG that boasts some fast and furious combat but suffers from an…(Read the full article)

Epic Citadel: Gorgeous Preview Of What’s To Come

 
 
 
 
 

Epic games didn’t wasn’t any time in following up on their incredible demonstration at yesterday’s Apple keynote. Almost immediately, Epic Citadel became available in the App Store. Unlike a typical demo that gives a teaser sample of some gameplay, Epic Citadel survives on visuals alone. It is, hands down, the most beautiful thing we’ve seen…(Read the full article)


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