Wednesday, August 31, 2011

RPG for iPhone?

Aralon: Sword and Shadow is an iPhone 3d RPG inspired by that classic vein that focuses on a compelling story, a unique hero, and an open 3D world ready for exploration. Journey through the Kingdom of Aralon and unravel its mysteries.

Over 30 hours of gameplay
Explore a massive world with different regions
Customize your character’s appearance
4 Character Classes
3 Playable Races: Humans, Elves, and Trolls
A primary quest and multiple, optional side-quests
Hundreds of items to acquire and wield
Comprehensive Inventory System
Battle various enemies that use different fighting tactics
Faction system, herb gathering, crafting potions and magical items, dual-wielding, lockpicking and more
Acquire a mount for fast travel throughout the kingdom

While this game is pretty good about an hour or 2 into it, it is hard to play on the small screen and the controls kind of get in the way sometimes. The reverse inverted in also annoying as hell. This game is a big step in big ass RPGs for the iOS devices and it would be nice to see some online play as well using game center or something similar.

rated: 4/5 ... 5 with online mode

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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Madden 12 on the iPhone

Got madden 12 for my iPhone today and let me tell you I'm disappointed. Just like every other EA sport game there is hardly any change in gfx and gameplay physics. Its just a roster update

Costing $7 for iPhone and $10 for iPad, Madden 12 sports more than 2500 actual NFL players from all 32 teams. You can compete in standalone exhibition games, play through an entire 16-game season, or relive the 2010/2011 playoffs (which no Eagles fan would ever consider doing). EA claims that Madden 12 sports “sharper gameplay and cleaner graphics” than its previous incarnations on iOS.

Among the new features in Madden 12 is the ability to draw custom hot routes for almost any play—running, passing, or defensive. Unlike its Android counterpart, Madden 12 on iOS also includes leaderboards that show you how you stack up against other Madden devotees. (That feature uses EA’s Origin network, and not Apple’s Game Center.)

As in previous editions of the game, you’ll control things with a virtual joystick on one side of your device, and various action buttons—including the ability to slow things down while you trigger specific moves—on the othe

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