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  • Summary: Kotaku - "Crow Could Be the Greatest iPhone Game I’ve Played"TapByte - "10/10 Sunside Games has managed to create a masterpiece of a game." - "5/5 - This is the best game I've ever played on iOS"iFanzine - "4/5 'Shadow of the Colossus' for iOS?Kotaku - "Crow Could Be the Greatest iPhone Game I’ve Played"TapByte - "10/10 Sunside Games has managed to create a masterpiece of a game." - "5/5 - This is the best game I've ever played on iOS"iFanzine - "4/5 'Shadow of the Colossus' for iOS? Yeah, it's actually kinda like that!" "9/10 One of the most visually stunning games I've seen"Unbound Gamer - "Crow isn’t like any other game I’ve played before, ever"SlideToPlay - "Beautiful environments and an ambitious attempt at storytelling"Gamezebo - "Built using their proprietary Radiance development platform, Crow seems to be as unique as it is visually stunning"What People Are Saying:“I thoroughly enjoyed the game. It offered a very unique and fun experience unlike any other iOS game I've come across.”“I've never see a game like this. The idea of this game is awesome.”“After booting it up and watching the opening sequence, I knew I was in for a real treat. It was very well done and the music was superb.”“I definitely had a lot of fun playing the game and would highly recommend it.”“Very unique and unlike any other game on the iPhone that I've come across.”“Outstanding. Definitely some of the best I've seen from an iPhone game and they do a great job at bringing the world to life. The backdrops and scenery were just beautiful to look at.”“It was a moody but amazing experience. It was hard to put the game down before beating it.”“I think that Crow is an outstanding title with a good strong personality and really original concept. It looks and plays great, controls are smooth and sound immerses you into the game.”***Includes high-resolution support for the new iPad!***Crow is a story-driven action-adventure for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Combining unique exploration, combat, and game mechanics, Crow takes the player on an exciting journey to faraway lands where an ancient battle is unfolding.Created using Sunside's in-house game platform Radiance™, Crow delivers stunning visuals and immersion in a fully 3D world.Your choices will forever alter the course of this world. Will you Curse your foes or Spare them and risk the consequences?* Minimum Requirements: iPhone 3GS and later devices.* Recommended: new iPad, iPad 2, iPhone 4 or 4th Gen iPod Touch Expand
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  1. Positive: 5 out of 14
  2. Negative: 1 out of 14
  1. Apr 23, 2012
    Crow is universal. But owners of the new iPad should definitely choose their iPads over their iPhones to take advantage of the beautiful and strange graphics in the game.
  2. Apr 12, 2012
    Crow's simple storyline keeps things short and punchy, dragging the player through a wonderful fantasy world filled with strange creatures and challenging rail-shooting segments; fun for all ages.
  3. May 4, 2012
    Crow is an interesting game with fresh gameplay mechanics and a stunning graphical impact.
  4. Apr 12, 2012
    The distances of attacks are not that easy to understand, which makes the battles feel a bit random in nature. More importantly the on-rails nature of the battles can turn the game into an endless flier circling around the enemy. However, the excellent dark mood created by the sound, and mellower flight sections are well worth experiencing.
  5. Apr 16, 2012
    Playing as the titular creature, you'll vacillate between top-down exploration and on-rails combat as you interact with the beautiful environments and fight to stay alive.
  6. Apr 16, 2012
    Crow should be lauded for ambition and its attempt to raise the bar in mobile gaming. At risk of looking a gift horse in the mouth, however, I'd argue that it doesn't deviate all that far from the platform's mini-game standards; instead, it wraps them in a much glossier package.
  7. Apr 12, 2012
    The cornball story, overall slow pace and lame combat make this one game we'd like to forget.

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