By Crescent Moon Games
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The most highly anticipated Action RPG for iOS devices
is finally here!
iPod Touch 4, iPad 1, iPhone 3GS, and lower are NOT supported.
***Chosen by Apple as Editor's Choice!***
Powered by Unity
--Enhanced for the iPad 4 and iPhone 5--
Real-time shadows and high resolution textures!
'It's hard to keep our expectations in check on this one. It could be The Elder Scrolls of mobile RPGs' 5/5
'Crescent Moon's open-world RPG sequel might be the best-looking mobile game ever made.' IGN
'Could be one of the best-looking games on the platform' 4.5/5
Silver Award - Pocket Gamer
From the award winning studio that brought you Ravensword: The Fallen King
and Aralon: Sword and Shadow, comes
Ravensword brings unprecedented visuals to the role playing and adventure
genre. Explore a vast and richly detailed world, gather powerful weapons, collect hundreds of items, increase your skills,
and follow a deep storyline to solve the mysteries of the Kingdom of Tyreas.
Enormous 3d world to explore
First Person and 3rd Person on the fly switching
Gorgeous and realistic scenery
Game Center Achievements
Original Soundtrack from composer Sean Beeson
Hundreds of items to use
Reflex and precision based combat with manual blocking and dodging
Various weapon types - Bows, Crossbows, Hammers, Swords, Axes
Tons of enemy types including huge prehistoric creatures.
Tons of loot
Plenty of armor upgrades
Decision based, multi-part Quests
Reputation and Jail System
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What's New in Version 2.0
Adds compatibility for iOS 8
Awesome game but it crashes
This is an awesome game but whenever i get to the goblin ruins, it crashes and i had a quest to go to Wastelands but i couldn't then i got lucky and eventually got there. Pls fix this so i could defeat goblins and find treasure. Also there should be more quest. If you finish the game, the game becomes boring but that doesn't mean that players who got far or any other players should start over. Also i agree with the guy who said we should be able to get married. We should be able to buy houses and live there or have kids or have our own stores. What would make this game even better is if we could chat with the people around us, saying whatever we want and the person that were talking to should be able to answer back and the answer should be in the topic. It shouldn't say something else. Other than that, this game is awesome. You guys should make it cheaper so more people will play.
Short, but the game isn't that expensive, so it's a great value
This game is deep, and when I say that, i mean in terms of content quantity. This is a fantastic game for iOS and is what I would consider to be half of a console game. Think really early PS3, back when developers weren't great at tapping the true potential of that system. The graphics in this game are ridiculous for a portable device. The game does stutter every once in a while, and I had a couple times that I had to close and restart the game, but nothing that ruined the overall experience. I have the 4th gen iPad.
- depth, for the price it's a steal (even if you pay full price)
- graphics are top notch, literally nothing better out there in the genre
- cloud saves for cross-device play (played on iphone and ipad)
- frame rate was bad at times, even with no other apps in the background or tray
- weapon options and depth was poor, ultimately I was satisfied, but weapons never really got interesting
- game was not hard enough, not that it wasn't challenging at times, but rather that there weren't amazing boss battles that made me want to throw my device or really even die much
So good, too short.
A fun game reminiscent of The Elder Scrolls.
Good graphics, lovely world, customizable character, real-time fast paced combat, optimizable difficulty, open world, skills build by using them, horses and flying mounts, nice looking items, some quality voice acting.
Short, no real opportunities or gameplay for a thief or Mage, seems incomplete and downright dry in many areas, not much variety or chance of interesting weapons/armor, small world with one moderate town, forgettable generic story, characters and world, mainly big and small monsters not many humanoid enemies, fixed camera.
I've played the game through 2x, probably not worth 7 bucks. playing on the highest difficulty second time round was the best; it is challenging and makes you think. There's almost always a way to get out of reach of enemies and still strike or shoot them. Fights can start to feel like a death match and end fairly quick. Some may not like that cause being a tank is not really possible on higher difficulties. I like dealing damage and using stealth, finesse and tactical maneuvers or vantage points to avoid getting hit instead. It'd be nice if the camera was free and you just auto targeted enemies in the direction you faced ranged combat and melee.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Oct 02, 2014
- Version: 2.0
- Size: 575 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Crescent Moon Games LLC
- © 2012 Crescent Moon Games
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
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