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Uncover a new hero and much more in Phantom Chaser’s newest update

Posted by 148Apps Staff on March 9th, 2018
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Phantom Chaser, the hit RPG from Phantom Games just got a huge new update that introduces a new character and some major gameplay updates that will really change the way you play. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or a curious newcomer, this is an update that’s all about the fans, no matter where they are in their adventure. Here’s what you can expect.

Perhaps most importantly, Rangda joins Phantom Chaser’s diverse cast of characters. Rangda is a dangerous assassin who specializes in fast, close encounters thank to her high Dexterity stat. She’s a must have for any collection.

Evoland 2 review

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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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Our top 5 characters from casual RPG Creature Quest

Posted by 148Apps Staff on February 16th, 2018
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Creature Quest definitely lives up to its name with a host of collectible creatures based on fantasy tales and world mythologies. To celebrate Creature Quest’s first birthday, we’re going to lay out what we think are the five best characters in the game. Let’s get to it.

5. Celestial Sentinel

The Celestial Sentinel is Creature Quest’s best healer, hands down. Not only can he resurrect and heal your party members, he’ll also restore your team members’ mana. If he dies, he can revive and heal the rest of your team, including himself. He’s the ideal safety net.

Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition review

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By Campbell Bird on February 13th, 2018
Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: A MINI MARVEL
Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition is an amazing new model for mobile ports that should get applied to more (and better) games.
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More monsters to collect and evolve in Creature Quest’s anniversary update

Posted by 148Apps Staff on February 12th, 2018
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A laid-back mix of RPG and TCG, Creature Quest is all about building your deck, evolving your creatures and winning in battle. It’s the creation of VC Mobile, set up by Might and Magic producer Jon Van Caneghem. There are elements of that classic PC game here, but for the most part, this is a modern, mobile experience. Now one year on from its launch, it's just received a new update with some big changes.

Firstly, you’ll gain more loot in the Battle Tower, making your fights more fruitful. You’ll also receive rewards on a sliding scale, based on how many of your creatures survive the fray, so the better you do, the more you’ll win. New players will also benefit from a week of check-in rewards and a Legendary creature to kickstart your deck.

You’ve also got two new automatic features to play with. Auto-battle lets you leave your captured creatures to handle the fight, while auto-pickup hoovers up the loot you stumble upon exploring quest maps. These optional features should make grinding less onerous.

The update introduces three new creatures to collect. The Legendary-level Cacaelia and Siege Construct and the Rare-level Lightning Nymph – a Battle Tower reward that is guaranteed to come with at least three Combo Dots.

Beyond the update’s under-the-hood tweaking, there’s a busy diary of in-game events and dungeon challenges planned. There’ll be a Valentine’s Day take-over and an exclusive quest, Battlefield of Love, between February 9-19. Creature Quest will get a St Patrick’s Day take-over in March, along with another one-off quest, the unsettlingly-titled Ooze Cruise. And there’s much more planned for 2018.

If you want to join the creature-catching, monster-battling fun, download Creature Quest for free on iOS and Android.

This article is sponsored as part of Steel Media preferred partners.

Dissidia Final Fantasy OO: How to master the Bravery system

Posted by Nicholas Tylwalk on February 6th, 2018

Dissidia Final Fantasy OO - Master the Bravery system

It's time to get brave. Specifically, we're going to talk about how to master the Bravery system that is at the very heart of combat in Dissidia Final Fantasy OO, which makes battles a matter of good timing even though they are 100 percent turn-based.

If you've played the Dissidia Final Fantasy console games, you already have at least an idea of how Bravery works. Every character has a Bravery or BRV score, which is displayed to the right of the health bars for the characters on your team and above the bars of your enemies.

Heroes and villains unite in Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia, now on mobile

Posted by 148Apps Staff on February 1st, 2018
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Released in Japan last year, Opera Omnia is the first installment of Dissidia Final Fantasy to end up on the mobile platform. As with the other Dissidia titles, it throws together the greatest characters from the world of Final Fantasy to fight alongside each other. Now, publisher Square Enix (Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts) and developer Team Ninja (Ninja Gaiden, Dead or Alive) has launched the game worldwide. Time to dust off your gunblades.

The themes of the story will ring a bell if you’ve played a Dissidia Final Fantasy title before. A multidimensional safe-haven, Opera Omnia is a world forged by two gods to give tired warriors respite. But whilst familiar Final Fantasy faces were kicking up their heels in paradise, monsters found a way in. To restore zen, a magic moogle needs to collect ‘light’, and can only do so with your help. Assemble a band of famous heroes and villains from the Final Fantasy universe, and go to war with the unwelcome arrivals.

Battle in Opera Omnia is turn-based, taking place across eclectic arenas – from verdant woodlands to gothic chambers. Bravery is a new addition to combat. Charge your Bravery gauge through successive special attacks, and unleash it at the right time to strike a devastating blow.

The game features a lot of JRPG elements, but also allows for a multiplayer experience. Invite your friends online and you can fight monsters through rifts in space and time – and win rewards while you’re at it.
If you’re desperate to swing a Buster Sword as Cloud Strife again, or you’re just a fan of JRPGs and turn-based battles, you’ll find something to enjoy in Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia. You can download it for free from Google Play and the App Store.

This article is sponsored by Steel Media Preferred Partners.

Portal Knights review

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By Campbell Bird on December 12th, 2017
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: KNIGHTCRAFT
This game combines crafting and questing into one heck of a fun package.
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RPGolf review

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By Campbell Bird on November 21st, 2017
Our rating: starstarhalfstarblankstarblankstar :: BOGEY BUMMER
RPGolf is full of potential, but squanders it at almost every turn.
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Questland is an RPG fan’s dream

Posted by 148Apps Staff on November 6th, 2017
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Fully customizable characters, exciting multiplayer events on a grand scale, and unbelievable bosses all await you in Questland, Gamesture’s latest first-person RPG adventure. If you haven’t given the game a try yet, what are you waiting for? Now’s the perfect time to catch up on what you’ve been missing.

Questland draws the eye with its unique vector graphics that bring your character to life. You’ll create a hero in your own image, customizing everything from hair to facial features. Once character creation is all taken care of, you’re ready to explore all that Questland has to offer. This expansive first-person RPG is filled to the brim with multiplayer quests and events. If crafting’s your bag, there are competitions for that. If you’re looking to embark on quests, Questland has you covered. Or perhaps you’re interesting in epic boss fights? Yep, you can even join others to take down terrible monsters.

As you make a name for yourself in this fantasy world, you’ll collect some pretty amazing gear, too. You can dress your character up in dozens of finely crafted armor sets that will not only beef up your hero, they’ll make you look super cool in the process. Arm yourself with unique weapons including, but certainly not limited to, swords, battle axes, and much more.

There’s always something new to do in Questland. You can join in right now on iOS, though Android users can expect a version on Google Play in the near future.

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

Experience a full 3D fantasy MMORPG, as EZFun’s Eternity Guardians launches on mobile

Posted by 148Apps Staff on October 19th, 2017
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Those hoping to sink their teeth into a meaty hack and slash RPG that encourages you to fight with others might want to check out EZFun’s new Eternity Guardians. Available to download for iOS and Android, Eternity Guardians is an MMORPG that lets you step into the role of a demigod on a mission to save your sister from evil forces.

Setting you on a story heavily-inspired by rich Norse mythology, you’ll rub shoulders with famous gods like Loki and Odin, slicing and dicing your way through hordes of enemy orcs. Eternity Guardians differs from other fantasy RPGs in that you’re never tied to just one class. Dubbed “no-class combat”, it’s this free-flow battle system that lets you fluidly switch weapons mid-fight to help give you an edge over enemies.

Helping you on this godly adventure are the various companions and pets that prove vital when wanting to further upgrade and boost your character’s abilities. Companions can be called in to help decimate your enemies, while any pets you find in shops and events passively offer attribute buffs. Anyone checking into Eternity Guardians over the Halloween period can look forward to an exclusive pet to celebrate, so be sure not to miss out.

Waiting for you following the single-player campaign are Eternity Guardians’ various online offerings, keeping the action thick and fast in the form of challenges, siege bosses, leaderboards, and guild warfare activities. And if that’s not enough, jump into 3V3 Royal Rumble, the game’s built-in PVP mode that lets your hone your skills against real-life players online.

You don’t have to wait long to fight the shadowy Pandora organisation, Eternity Guardians is free to download now from both the GooglePlay and App Store.

Darkest Dungeon: Tablet Edition review

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By Campbell Bird on September 5th, 2017
Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: RANDOMIZED RENDING
The mobile version of Darkest Dungeon arrives on tablets in a mostly uncompromised state, but the game itself is a little middling.
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Ticket to Earth - Episode 2 review

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By Campbell Bird on August 30th, 2017
Our rating: starstarstarstarhalfstar :: BETTER AND BETTER
Ticket to Earth's second episode is better and more varied than the first.
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Nexomon review

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By Campbell Bird on August 18th, 2017
Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: POKÉMON ON-THE-GO
This Pokémon-like is... well, very Pokémon-like, for better or worse.
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Galaxy of Pen and Paper review

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By Campbell Bird on August 7th, 2017
Our rating: starstarhalfstarblankstarblankstar :: FAILURE TO LAUNCH
This sci-fi take on Knights of Pen and Paper is mostly disappointing.
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