Reviews

Reviews via Pocket Gamer

Hell: Fight for Gilrand Reviewed by Pocket Gamer: 8/10

This turn-based strategy game may not have the most sparkling graphics, but it’s well worth the premium price, according to Pocket Gamer, thanks to its “easy to learn, but hard to master” gameplay and ghoulish sense of humor.

Unlike the majority of lightweight fantasy strategy titles, Hell offers a serious challenge. Waltz into even the easiest scenario on the easiest setting and the demons will have you for breakfast. This is a game that demands respect.

Reviews via Touch Arcade

Baldur’s Gate 2: Enhanced Edition Review from Touch Arcade: ‘A Very Good Port’

Although Baldur’s Gate 2: Enhanced Edition came out on iPad last year, it was recently updated to become a universal app. That’s as good a reason as any, so Touch Arcade filed a thorough (if belated) review. The reviewer liked it, scoring it 5 out of 5 stars. The one caveat is that it’s hard to play on iPhones with a 4-inch screen.

Baldur’s Gate 2: Enhanced Edition is a very good port of an incredibly good game. It has its share of issues, and its developer is known for letting a long time go between updates, but there’s nothing here that should stop you from playing it if you have a device with a decent-sized screen.

Reviews via AppSpy

AppSpy Gives AG Drive Top Marks

AppSpy takes a look at AG Drive in their latest video review. Giving it top marks and only dinging it for not having multiplayer. If you like “swooshy swoopy futuristic racers” this one might be the one.

Reviews via Touch Arcade

Tempo Review from Touch Arcade: “Pointless”, AppSpy: 4/5

A rather harsh review from Touch Arcade for the timing based action game Tempo. The game is beautiful, but doesn’t really meet any needs.

If you want a military-action game, go play Modern Combat 5, at least it will test your skill. Even if you’re not good at first-person shooters, you have to learn somehow! Please, do something besides play Tempo! Again, not because Tempo as a product is bad, but it’s a stupid game that should not exist.

As a counterbalance to that, AppSpy gives it a 4/5 noting

“Tempo is a shooter with a twist. The twist is that it’s not really a shooter. … rather than pulling the trigger you’re tapping along to various quick time events in order to get rid of the bad guys. Does it actually work? Yes, yes it does.”