With a slick four-viewpoint system, a gorgeous presentation, and a user interface that builds on the standard set by "Fantastic Knight" going for it, Minoraxis' "Exitium" is a product KRPG fans will definitely want to sink their teeth into. Provided, of course, that they haven't tired of the genre's fetch quests, where "Exitium" has shifted into high gear and gone straight into overkill mode.
iOS' definitive action RPG franchise by Gamevil returns with the third installment of the Zenonia series. Zenonia 3: The Midgard Story offers much of the same action as the first two games while cramming in more content and improved gameplay.
That's one small step for a mobile RPG, one giant leap for sidescrolling action games on iOS! The great thing about a videogame straddling genres is that it can still stand out from the crowd as long as it does one of the things it's billed as exceptionally well, and this is certainly the case with CJ E&M and Mobicle's latest Action RPG offering. Find out how to score a free copy of the game inside!
Gamevil's Illusia, but on steroids? Yeah, it's kinda like that. Over the past few days iFanzine has spent some quality time with this swiftly approaching title, and we're still nowhere near finishing it despite the number of times we've had our arses handed to us by the player's opposition in Samurai Girl. If you've been waiting for a title that really puts the "action" in Action RPG, check out our preview and you'll see that this one's got your name on it!
Fresh off the immensely successful cell phone titles Heroes Lore: Wind of Soltia and Heroes Lore: Knights of the Frozen Sea, EA Mobile has expanded the series' reach into the iOS market with its third installment. Those holding out hope that Heroes Lore III would represent a giant leap forward for the iOS Action RPG library will be disappointed, but most genre fans should still find plenty to love.
At first plagued by a game-crashing bug and unreviewable, Shining Core has benefited from an update that makes it run smoothly on third and fourth generation iDevices at least. Second generation iDevice users will still want to be cautious about picking this one up, and it's a shame because this Match 3/RPG genre mashup from ZLE Game, Inc., turned out to be surprisingly compelling.
"Retroviews" are becoming all the rage on reviews sites nowadays, and while the iPhone is still a young platform, it feels like there's already a decade's worth of titles for gamers to choose from. Therefore we thought it would be neat to take a look back at Zenonia, the 2009 Gamevil release that put the Action RPG indelibly on the iOS map. Does it still have what it takes to compete in today's RPG-crowded Appstore?