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Ravensword boasts an open world environment and a wide cast of characters, with the current list nearing 50. The game boasts impressive 3D visuals and a huge world map packed with beasts, NPCs, side quests and mini games. Josh Presseisen of Crescent Moon Games compared elements of the game to Oblivion and Zelda, calling the game a �cross between an adventure game and an RPG�. Controls are similar to most of the other 3d games, Hero of Sparta and Assassin's Creed. The big difference with RavenSword � The Fallen King is that is has tilt look up and down, and it has First Person Mode. There�s also a recalibrate button right at the top right just in case you change positions while playing (standing or sitting)

RavenSword - The Fallen King - MB Review

If there were any misconceptions that the iPhone isn't a viable gaming platform, then they're now obliterated by Ravensword: The Fallen King. In fact, Chillingo's new action RPG raises the bar in pocket gaming on every level, and could easily pose as the iPhone's flagship "gotta get it" title. Is this an over-exaggeration? Certainly not, and we'll tell you why. The best way to describe Ravensword is to compare it to Bethesda's older RPG, Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. Chillingo's Ravensword offers a similar engrossing environment but with a little less of the RPG flair - meaning players can't customize their protagonist in any way save for the usual armor and weaponry upgrade purchases. Players thus spend less time worrying about the protagonist's physical attributes and more... Read Review

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