Welcome to the old school RPG world of Saga RPG II: Evolution.
You have rid the lands of the evil Dragon King in your victorious epic battle and the people are thankful. However, the Skeleton King is now gaining power and the land is again being threatened. You are once again being called to arms to uphold peace as you journey through the lands. May your sword stay ever sharp.
What to expect
This game is built to be lightweight. The download is tiny, and the game processing is minimal. To accomplish this, the game itself is pretty simple. This is a second version, which is larger than the first and will grow as expansions are released, but the goal of remaining lightweight will remain.
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Ratings and Reviews
Well worth it.
It is well worth your time. I played the first and was disappointed at how short it was. However this sequel is much longer and much more challenging. As you level up the monsters experience points they give you go down, forcing you to advance to the next area making it more challenging. There is more story involved and repeating areas that catch you off guard with stronger monsters. This version has the advantage of potions, a exp counter letting you know how far till you level up, and a map that clears as you explore new areas. My only complaint is that there is no sound. This is a 10/10 in my book for casual rpg gaming. No dailies forcing you to play everyday, no timers, just plain casual but still challenging. Will continue playing and looking for new sequels or new games from these developers!!!
Great sequel, one story issue
Graphics: Great retro style! It might be interesting for the character's sword or apparel to change slightly in a future game when equipping with new weapons.
Audio: N/A The lack of music didn't bother me at all, but I do really enjoy the original Nintendo-style music. This could be a neat touch in a future game (although of course you don't want to lose the unique feel)
Story: I loved the story elements (Especially the throwback to the dragon at the lake! That was hilarious!) There was continuity with the first story, with several fun throwbacks. The only thing that threw me was that everyone was begging to be rescued from the skeleton king... But that wasn't the last bad guy. That had me confused for a while
Other: The addition of a map to show where you had been was very helpful, due to the larger areas. The three-chapter length was good. The ability to wander around the world after beating the game is extra fun! One last suggestion would be allowing the player to save a few different games. (That way you could start a new game without losing your finished game)
For what it is, it is pretty awesome
This is not a game that will amaze you with impressive graphics or dramatic scenery. This is a game of reminds me of when role playing video games were very basic but still provide a strong sense of adventure, level progression and weapon/armor improvement. This version had enough levels that kept it interesting, and a few twists that help to make it feel like a unique game.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.