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A guide for the Final Fantasy games you'll find on mobile

Posted by Aaron Potter on April 11th, 2018

The tentpole JRPG franchise for well over 30 years now, Final Fantasy has been capturing the hearts of both western and eastern audiences for almost as long as it's been available to them. Each new entry brings with it an entirely new cast of heroes, game mechanics, and story, with maybe the odd spin-off or fighting game variant sprinkled in for good measure. Because, why not?

It's a series that's become known for regularly regenerating itself. And while it's fairly easy to keep up with the mainline numbered entries on consoles, Final Fantasy on mobile proves to be a different beast. To help separate the rough from the smooth and your turn-based battlers from your straight action epics, here's our comprehensive breakdown of the Final Fantasy titles on IOS worth looking into.

Around the Empire: What have you missed on Steel Media's other sites this week? - March 18th

Posted by Harry Slater on March 18th, 2018

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Oh hi nice reader, and thanks for popping in to check out our weekly round-up of all the stuff that you might have missed across the Steel Media network. Yeah, that's right, it's a big ol' network. Obviously 148Apps is the best, but there are some other awesome sites involved too.

And like I say, this is a weekly round-up. So it'll happen next week as well. Essentially we want to make sure that you're up to date with all the comings and goings of the world of mobile and portable gaming. Come back next week, and you'll have all the knowledge to wow your friends and shut down your foes.

Evoland 2 review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on February 28th, 2018
Our rating: starstarstarblankstarblankstar :: EVO-BLAND
Evoland 2 packs in a bunch of references to classic games, but doles them out awkwardly.
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These are the best superhero games for iPhone and iPad

Posted by Harry Slater on February 5th, 2018

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Sometimes it feels like everything is superheroes nowadays. Films, books, drawings on the wall, breakfast cereals, everything is branded with something-man or captain-thingy. And it's no different in the world of mobile gaming either.

Which is why I've gone and written up this excellent list of superbly heroic games that you can download from the App Store right now. I've included links so you can download the games, as well as ones that will take you to our review of the game if we've got one. You're welcome.

Popular MMO Strategy game Lords Mobile is honoured with "Android Excellence Game” award in recognition of successful 2017

Posted by 148Apps Staff on January 18th, 2018
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Delve into the crowded halls of the Play Store and you’ll find mobile fantasy strategy MMOs-a-plenty. One that’s kicking off the new year in style however is IGG’s Lords Mobile, which has beaten out the fierce competition to receive Google Play’s highly-coveted “Android Excellence” award - a scheme that recognises some of the best experiences and top performing games available on the platform.

The game – which first hit digital store shelves in 2016 – lets players run wild, collecting their own cast of kooky combatants to better build up their own army before fighting with others online. Visuals are rendered fully in 3D, with Lords Mobile’s colourful and cartoony art-style going some way to entice Android users to experience the game’s fleshed-out strategic gameplay.

The best new games we played this week - December 8

Posted by Jessica Famularo on December 8th, 2017



Friday has crept up on us once again, so it's time to honor the best new games we've played over the past few days. This past week was a pretty exciting one, with the debut of lots of beautiful new indies and some familiar faces returning to the fray. There are a lot of excellent new games to dig into this weekend, so we hope you've freed up some space on your calendar!

Lineage II: Revolution is mobile’s biggest MMORPG adventure yet

Posted by 148Apps Staff on November 16th, 2017
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

NCSoft’s hit fantasy MMORPG series has just made the leap to mobile with the help of Netmarble in Lineage II: Revolution. With over 1.5 million players having already pre-registered ahead of the game’s launch, Revolution hit the app stores yesterday and is proving to be the biggest multiplayer experience on iOS and Android.

Lineage II: Revolution offers players a full-scale MMO world full of stunning fantasy landscapes and epic battles and castle sieges. The game revamps its predecessor’s character design system, allowing players to create their own unique hero before joining thousands of others to save the world in story quests, or fighting it out against others in the game’s substantial multiplayer modes.

If you come to MMORPGs, or any other multiplayer game for that matter, for PVP, Revolution has a plethora of options. Choose from 3vs3, 5vs5, 20vs20, or even 50vs50 PVP modes. Each lets you test your prowess as a hero in unique ways, adding hours to an already massive experience.

Lineage II: Revolution has already seen huge success in East Asia, where it quickly hit the top of the App Store charts in South Korea and Japan. Now it’s your turn to experience it all for the first time. Lineage II: Revolution is out now on iOS and Android.

This article is sponsored as part of Steel Media Preferred Partners.

The best deals on the App Store this week - September 27

Posted by Jessica Famularo on September 27th, 2017



Yes, it's time. Your favorite day of the week has rolled around once more. It's Wednesday, which means its time to scope out the biggest deals in mobile gaming this week. There are games old and new on this list -- plenty to scratch that gaming itch should you need something to play on the cheap. Let's hop to it, shall we?

The best games of the month - August 2017

Posted by Jessica Famularo on September 6th, 2017



August was jam-packed with quality games. Some of them we were eagerly expecting, while others crept in and took us completely by surprise. Card games, RPGs, top-down racers, there was a lot of creative stuff happening, and it was a real delight.

Now, it's time to look back on August fondly, remembering our highest rated games of the month. We've got eight in all! Let's get to it.

The best new games we played this week - August 3

Posted by Jessica Famularo on August 4th, 2017



It's been quite a busy week, with a true bounty of fresh new games jumping onto the App Store. We got the chance to try a wide variety of new mobile titles across a range of genres.

Now, it's time to select the top five new games of the week. Let's hop right to it, shall we?

The best deals on the App Store this week - August 2

Posted by Jessica Famularo on August 3rd, 2017

The weeks churn ever onwards, but fortunately there is a veritable bounty of games to distract us from the daily grind. If you're having an especially slow week, there are a few excellent deals on the App Store that can help change things up a bit. Here are the four best discounts in mobile gaming this week.

Fighting Fantasy Legends review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on August 1st, 2017
Our rating: starstarstarstarhalfstar :: KEEP ROLLIN
Fighting Fantasy Legends is a near-perfect balance of a gamebook and role-playing game.
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Command your own fantasy army in Minions & Mayhem

Posted by 148Apps Staff on July 10th, 2017
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

If you’ve ever dreamt of leading your own fantasy army to glorious victory, now’s your chance. Avid.ly’s new RTS, Minions & Mayhem, has just soft-launched in the UK. If you’re situated on the British Isles, you can try the game out for yourself right now on both iOS and Android.

Minions & Mayhem is a brightly colored real-time tactical battler set in a fantastical land. Your goal is to amass an impressive army. Gain the loyalty of dozens of heroes, building up a strong fighting force, whether you choose to depend on magic, physical strength, or both. You’re the leader, and the game leaves every choice up to you.

You can build up a massive army from the game’s any heroes. There are a number of fantastical classes and races to choose from -- wizards, ninjas, orcs, and the undead are just a few of the possibilities. Just remember that when it comes to Minions & Mayhem, it’s the quality of your warriors that truly matters.

Every critical strategic choice is left up to the player. You choose who joins your army, which combinations work the best, and where your army is placed on the battlefield. It’s vital to be keyed into every aspect of battle, especially when you’ll be engaging real-life opponents in the game’s 2 vs. 2 challenges. If it’s peace you seek, though, you can join a guild and team up with like-minded armies.

Minions & Mayhem’s beta test will be expanding to other regions soon, so stay tuned.

This article is sponsored as part of Steel Media Preferred Partners.

Mordheim: Warband Skirmish review

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By Campbell Bird on May 31st, 2017
Our rating: starstarblankstarblankstarblankstar :: SKIRMISH ELSEWHERE
This Warhammer-themed strategy game is lacking in both Warhammer and strategy.
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Planescape: Torment review

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By Campbell Bird on April 12th, 2017
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: THIS OLD RPG
This RPG is an old cult classic that looks and feels the part, for better or worse.
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