"M.U.S.E." gets so much right as a cover shooter: increasingly complex environments and increasingly intelligent enemies, and earned upgrades on top of all that stuff you can blow up. Now, if an update can add a great targeting system to that list of features, it's sure to be a standout shooter.
If you're a TBS fan and you're looking for one sci-fi entry to match the medieval tour de force that was "Ravenmark," make it "Legion of the Damned!" While it doesn't pack a powerful visual punch, it ranks as high as one could hope for in every other department -- a meaty campaign with real strategic depth, a neat story, and some of the most robust multiplayer we've yet seen in the genre on iOS.
“Tongue Tied” is the most innovative take on the side-scrolling runner we’ve seen yet! Even if you’re not a genre fan or have just grown plain tired of level based runners, this one deserves your attention for its out-of-this-world acrobatics, perfectly polished gesture controls, and healthy challenge.
In so many ways, “Chrono Trigger” serves as a wake-up call and a benchmark for the quality iOS RPG developers need to strive for from now on. Sadly it falls flat on its face in the interface department, which will leave frustrated new players wondering what all the fuss was about in the first place.