Pshaw, you don't need to destroy a whole planet to be called "Dangerous." Just hopping inside a starship armed with lasers, double rocket launchers, and two auto-tracking turrets - and having the freedom to attack any vessel you darn well please - should suffice to earn you that kind of label.
Wow, I hadn't thought to look here for the qualities I loved in ye olde Nintendo platformers! As luck would have it, Crescent Moon's and Thunder Game Works' approach to "Evertales" feels as if it's been informed by golden oldies like "Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse" and KID's "G.I. Joe" series. Is that a wholly positive thing, or do some negatives come along for the ride too?
There's a wonderful little Action Adventure buried beneath some hard-hitting flaws here. Lack of a map system and finicky movement controls leave it at a severe disadvantage compared to its competition on iOS, so it takes a very forgiving genre fan to enjoy it for the time being.
You know, had I found myself in possession of a genie's lamp yesterday, I would have had one particular wish in mind: that the "Metroidvania" formula be brought to iOS to rejuvenate its Action Adventure library. It turns out that wish has just come true, and I had a genie to thank for it after all!
If you consider yourself an Action or Action Adventure fan, it sounds like you've got plenty to look forward to in "Ashley Ao," the first collaboration between seasoned iOS developer Honey Tribe Studios and artist Salamandaga. The moment we laid our eyes on the first early footage, we knew we absolutely had to rush out and get an interview with the developers, Shaz Yousaf and Ryan Jackson!
One innovative Action RPG lands in the App Store right after another? Talk about a clash of the titans! "Fara" is another title that's completely worth your time if you're a genre fan, but if you're tight on cash and on the fence between "Fara" and "Mage Gauntlet," we'll be happy to help you decide with another in-depth review!
This action adventure title sometimes jumps the shark in terms of difficulty, but on the whole it's a thoroughly enjoyable exercise in defying gravity. If the fact that the character has Weegee's eyes doesn't win you over, chances are its depth and breadth of content will!