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Lords of the Fallen Arrives on iOS and Android

Published by CI Games and Ubisoft, Lords of the Fallen was one of the first games I ever purchased on the Playstation 4. If you’re not familiar with the title, it’s a game that is very heavily influenced by Dark Souls; a tough action RPG that rewards precision and stamina management over button mashing. While Lords of the Fallen failed to capture a larger market, like Dark Souls or Bloodborne did, I personally thought it was still a decent game for fans of the genre; making me give this bit of news a nod of approval.

Lords of the Fallen has just been released for Android and iOS.

Priced at Php 495, Lords of the Fallen¬†isn’t a port of the game that’s available on the Playstation 4 and PC but it still puts a focus on combat; though this time it borrows mechanics and gameplay from another successful game on the mobile platform — Infinity Blade.

Just like in Infinity Blade, exploration will most likely be kept to a minimum and will be narrowed down to choices between different paths. From what we can tell in the trailer, combat will be the same as well; with taps on the arrow keys on the side of the screen to dodge attacks, and swipes to launch a salvo of sword swings at your foes. The player classes from the original game will be kept, however, and you can choose between: The Warrior, Cleric, and Rogue to vary up the gameplay and offer a bit of replay value.

As you can see by the trailer, the graphics for the game look really nice; meaning it’ll probably need a device with a little more juice to keep it running smoothly, or we’re hoping that you can at least turn down the detail to make it run on a mid-ranged smartphone.

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Jamie Inocian

A self-confessed geek. Jamie started out helping out on the Unbox Podcast and became the Digital Sales Manager when he joined the team full time. He has since then transitioned into one of our Senior Editors and Head Video Producer.

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