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As it is, and so shall it always be, given the fullness of time, yet another sequel to a somewhat popular KRPG series makes its way on to the App Store. Inotia 4: Assassin of Berkel by Com2us is the next on the chopping block, and it seemingly fails to learn from the past, instead seeking to exploit its free-to-play status. You are once again in the control of a teenager keen to prove himself (in this case as the 'virtuoso' of the Shadow Tribe) and you're thrown in to a 'whirlwind' st…Watch The Video Review
Inotia: A Wanderer of Luone is the sequel to Com2uS' self proclaimed first touch action RPG on the App Store. It has a lot to live up to, with the first being a fairly basic hack'n'slash that ultimately felt like a game for fans of the genre. In this new adventure a lot more effort has gone into not only the story, but also the gameplay itself, now boasting five classes and the ability to party with two other members. You can choose between using a virtual d-pad or touch screen contro…Watch The Video Review
Sniper Vs. Sniper is an online quick reflex shooting game where players take control of a high powered sniper rifle and verse other players in combat. Players can also play through solo missions where they must eliminate a series of enemy snipers before the clock runs out, but the primary gameplay involves head to head player competition. When playing the game, you’ll have a short period of time to find your target, switch to your sniper scope and go for the kill. Players contro…Watch The Video Review
Homerun Battle 3D is a game where players take control of a baseball batter and must hit as many homeruns as they can before the end of each game round. Players are also able to change their characters look and upgrade their gear in order to increase game stats and make hitting homeruns easier. Balls will be pitched at a small white box just in front of the player. By tilting the iPhone, players can control the angle of their strike and try to match it to the balls final position for…Watch The Video Review