RPG Dragons Odyssey Frane.
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It will been discounted to 65% off from August 8th to 20th because it will be traditional event [OBON] in Japan.
Dragons Odyssey Frane is a high-quality action-role-playing game from Japanese veteran game developer, Exe-Create.
Beautiful hand-drawn 2D graphics, a wonderful soundtrack, and an excellent English translation coupled with talented voice actors set this...
iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch
Category: Entertainment, Games, Adventure, Role Playing
Updated: June 28, 2012
Publisher: EXE CREATE .INC
Version 1.0.3 [628 MB]
Angels by teacup
This Action-RPG is a little awkward in some ways, but I found it very refreshing compared to some of what we see on the App store nowadays. The story isn't too original but the dialogues are occasionally fun and the english dub is actually better recorded than the japanese voiceovers. The combat system is very surprising as it combines elements of SHMUP with regular (and somewhat hard to control) slashing action. At first it's quite annoying but I have to say that after a while it almost grew on me. The player control a team since the main hero do the slashing and his side-kick / childhood friend, control the magic (aka shooting). So likewise the hero will get hit and lose HP, but his little friend will only have their rage meter boosted when they get hit (yea it's weird and amusing) and they consume MP when using anything but simple magic attacks. Oh well. It's not so easy to explain as you see. The game's got decent little puzzles (nothing maniac) and some of the bosses are a bit sticky. Among other little ideas that set it apart, the angels' "landing site", where they build a home, transforms into a village as your adventure progresses. And while I'm not usually into combining objects or gardening, these activities flow naturally with the regular quest-and-go-home RPG routine, which is neat. Visually, lacks polish but still acceptable. I guess the big question would be, is it worth your buck, because it doesn't come cheap does it? So, part of the answer is, according to the app description it'll be discounted a little later on. The other part of the answer is, there are not many good action-RPGs coming out these days, so... Be warned, however - if you're not bothered learning the combat system and surviving the first dungeon, you're practically throwing your money away.