Iron Blade: Medieval RPG Review (Android / iOS)

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The Iron Blade: Medieval RPG has been appreciated by the gamers as an action RPG development with the best graphics. It is also more than just interesting to play. All you have to do is to press right part of the screen for attack or left for defense. Swiping towards will release an arrow.

All battles are based in arenas, different of course. Here, you will have to fight as long as you can, or until you defeat all your enemies. Once done, you will either have to restart the level or you will move to another one.

Almost all weapons come from medieval ages, which is obvious. However, there are plenty of differences between the weapons, shields, and possibilities. Swords are probably the best weapon of choice in the game, but other weapons are desirable as well.

There are a lot of additional, also interesting features. For example, you can upgrade and improve your weapons and also get a castle defender, which will keep your castle safe while you are away, battling. In addition, spells are available as well. They should be unlocked though and the same applies to the skills. They must be developed and properly implemented into the character. In a nutshell, the game will stay interesting for a long period of time.

The good

First, agood part of the game is graphics. It is actually one of the best we encountered recently and one that will be the main reason why you will play this game for a long period of time. Animations, effects, and details are all superb, in the lack of a better word.

The second advantage is plenty of violence. This isn’t a small and simple game for children. It is an actual game for advanced gamers. As such, violence is more than just present through the entire game.

Solid combats should be mentioned as well. They are detailed, fast and loaded with linear movements as well. Chances are high you are going to like them. All gamers who are looking for cut and slash game to play will be thrilled with the Iron Blade: Medieval RPG.

The bad

The main issue in the game is the camera, which fails to accompany a character as it should. It is a bit annoying, yet usual for games of this kind. Then we have the targeting system. It isn’t very accurate, which may be an issue for gamers who seek perfection.


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