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  • Summary: Nominated for GameSpot's "Best mobile game of 2011"! Was one of the top five!Works for both iPhone/iPod Touch and iPad.Follow cm_games on Twitter for more updates on Pocket RPG and all of Crescent Moon Games other titles. Aralon and Gears are on sale now!Enter a world overrun by hordes ofNominated for GameSpot's "Best mobile game of 2011"! Was one of the top five!Works for both iPhone/iPod Touch and iPad.Follow cm_games on Twitter for more updates on Pocket RPG and all of Crescent Moon Games other titles. Aralon and Gears are on sale now!Enter a world overrun by hordes of monsters. Explore trap-filled dungeons and face mighty bosses. Collect piles of treasure and items and invest in dozens of abilities and unlockable equipment. Test your skills against the oncoming darkness.Pocket RPG is a dual-stick action dungeon-crawler. In it you can choose from three distinct classes, each with their own combat style.The Blade Master:A duel wielding melee specialist. He survives by clearing swathes of enemies with each of his mighty strikes. He has devastating special moves which skillful players will be able to use to decimate their foes.The Dark Ranger.A deadly archer who can summon waves of arrows that bounce, seek and split. Perforate your enemies with dense walls of arrowy death.The Battle MageA powerful, but fragile, nuker who controls the forces of fire, ethereal, ice and lightning to obliterate groups of enemies. Charge up her spells to critical levels and unleash maximum destruction.Each quest in Pocket RPG is a new adventure. The hero starts at level zero with an empty sachel and collects items and rapidly builds their strength to dizzying proportions. Pocket RPG is not a "my numbers beat your numbers" game. Items matter and the way you use them is even more important.Pocket RPG provides hours of fantasy hack 'n slash mayhem. And there are Game Center achievements and leaderboards if you do manage to make it to the end.Expect updates with new content as well as gameplay improvements and fixes. We are working hard to give you the best experience we can.Features- Full iPad iOS Support- Random level generation.- Amazing stylized 3D environments, monsters and characters.- 3 Character classes 3 different playing styles.- Dual stick for moving and attacks.- Automatic skills/stat progression based on the items your character equips.- Lots of Looting.- Swarms of creatures to take out with devastating combo moves.- Boss encounters.- Leader Boards, Achievements and Unlockables. Expand
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  1. Jan 22, 2015
    91
    Clearly, that'll be cold comfort for anyone hoping for Diablo-lite on the Vita; as I said before, it's not that. But Pocket RPG is fun enough on its own merits rather than being disappointed by what it isn't, it's worth enjoying it simply taking the time and appreciating it for what it is.
  2. Dec 4, 2014
    70
    Pocket RPG does everything the name implies. It’s addictive and simple role-playing action right in your pocket. The price of admission seems a little steep though, especially for a title that only lasts a couple of hours.
  3. Dec 3, 2014
    68
    A Great game that is perfect in short bursts, but a high price tag, and obvious signs of age harm what could otherwise be a fantastic experience. Pocket RPG is Definitely worth picking up if it ends up in a sale.
  4. Jan 27, 2015
    50
    The most painful aspect of Pocket RPG is the fact that the developers were clearly onto something with this game's design.
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  1. Jan 21, 2015
    8
    This is a game that lives up to its name,this is truly one of the best portable RPG gaming experiences I've had. Brought to us by the creativeThis is a game that lives up to its name,this is truly one of the best portable RPG gaming experiences I've had. Brought to us by the creative minds of Tasty Poison Games,based outta South Africa. Pocket RPG is a dungeon crawling, action game with all 3D characters, areas,and enemies. You can take your pick between 3 character classes,all with different weapons,abilities, and powerups.

    (For more about Tasty Poison Games click HERE!)

    You start out choosing between between 3 main characters: the "hero" who wields 2 broadswords, an archer (with infinite arrows,of course),and the female character,a magician (also called a "Mage"). You pick a spot on the map and fight your way through hordes of monsters. On the way, keep an eye out for coins hidden in trees and treasure chests. Throughout your gameplay your character will "level up" making you stronger and giving you access to more powerful abilities and weapons. Once the map is complete,you can use the coins you earned to purchase shop items such as uniforms,and weapons.
    Pocket RPG started out as an iOS game and was later ported to Vita,the transition was made perfectly I believe. The one thing I like about iOS ports is that the control scheme is always simple, due to the lack of buttons. Once buttons are added, they usually go with twin-stick controls, left stick to move, right stick to aim/attack, simple.

    Good: variety of characters,huge maps,easy upgrade system
    Bad: could have used more attack options other than main weapons
    Overall: perfect example of what an iOS-to-vita port should look and play like. The ease of use and player friendly controls made this a smooth,simple, and fun experience from the start. Do what the sign below says...

    This is a game that lives up to its name,this is truly one of the best portable RPG gaming experiences I've had. Brought to us by the creative minds of Tasty Poison Games,based outta South Africa. Pocket RPG is a dungeon crawling, action game with all 3D characters, areas,and enemies. You can take your pick between 3 character classes,all with different weapons,abilities, and powerups.

    (For more about Tasty Poison Games click HERE!)

    You start out choosing between between 3 main characters: the "hero" who wields 2 broadswords, an archer (with infinite arrows,of course),and the female character,a magician (also called a "Mage"). You pick a spot on the map and fight your way through hordes of monsters. On the way, keep an eye out for coins hidden in trees and treasure chests. Throughout your gameplay your character will "level up" making you stronger and giving you access to more powerful abilities and weapons. Once the map is complete,you can use the coins you earned to purchase shop items such as uniforms,and weapons.
    Pocket RPG started out as an iOS game and was later ported to Vita,the transition was made perfectly I believe. The one thing I like about iOS ports is that the control scheme is always simple, due to the lack of buttons. Once buttons are added, they usually go with twin-stick controls, left stick to move, right stick to aim/attack, simple.

    Good: variety of characters,huge maps,easy upgrade system
    Bad: could have used more attack options other than main weapons
    Overall: perfect example of what an iOS-to-vita port should look and play like. The ease of use and player friendly controls made this a smooth,simple, and fun experience from the start.
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  2. Nov 26, 2014
    5
    pocket rpg isn't good or bad the story is so terrible that i stopped playing after i beat the first 2 levels the ipad verison is worse thoughpocket rpg isn't good or bad the story is so terrible that i stopped playing after i beat the first 2 levels the ipad verison is worse though buy better games like final fantasy 13 Expand