The top five games of the week include several RPGs, a few turn-based strategy games, the third iteration of DragonQuest, and newest installment to the Shadowrun games. Get ready for some major challenges, and a lot of fun!
5. RPG Revenant Saga
This gothic fantasy JRPG by Kemco has a lot to offer. Revenant Saga starts out with a young man set out for revenge, and who is able to turn into a demon to maximize his potential power. The catch? If the hero is in this demon form for too long, he will go into berserk mode, so it is important to strategize how to use this powerful ability. This RPG has everything you might want, including three different difficult levels, equipment slots, as well as after-game content.
4. Braveland Wizard
Sequel to Braveland, a King’s Bounty-style turn-based strategy game that Hardcore Droid really loved, Braveland Wizard brings forth yet more of the old school-turn-based strategy adventure you crave. This time around, the heroine is a wizard, packing a punch with grimoire’s worth of magical abilities and spells. This next iteration in the Braveland franchise also offers an entire new set of unique battles, a rather interesting skill trees, and three impressive boss battles.
3. BattleLore: Command
In BattleLore: Command, a strategy game based on the board game BattleLore Second Edition, you control an army bent on defending against invading hordes of demons called the Uthuk Y’llan, or you can lead the Uthuk Y’llan in their invasion. Using the BattleLore rule system, you will use a host of unique tactical and magical abilities to gain an advantage in your battles against the Uthuk Y’llan, or human scourge, depending. BattleLore: Command even allows you to play multiplayer skirmishes via LAN or pass and play.
2. DragonQuest III
Finally, DragonQuest III has come to mobile! Being an entirely independent storyline, DragonQuest III can be played without having played the earlier iterations of DQ, but believe us here at Hardcore Droid, when we tell you that doing so will be well worth your time. In this old-school JRPG, you’ll be able to collect a ton of different weapons, spells, and you can completely customize your as well. With over 30 hours of extra gameplay and added features, you won’t want to put this one down for a long while.
1. Shadowrun Dragonfall
This critically acclaimed follow up to Hardcore Droid’s 2013 game of the year in: Shadowrun, Shadowrun Dragonfall is a critically acclaimed RPG itself. In fact it is roundly considered to be superior to the first Shadowrun. What’s more, Dragonfall sports a host of new content and enhancements to the original title. The new mobile edition of Dragonfall includes 5 new missions, a bunch of alternate endings, team customization options, and a renovated combat system. This turn-based tactical combat game is challenging as well and will definitely keep you on your toes. Not only that but our number one pick of the week also features a razor-sharp and engaging main storyline, wonderful and deep character leveling, and exciting combat to boot. Not to be missed.