By: Marco Carola
Shadow Legends fully embraces a fantasy-themed adventure that pits your party of champions against the Dark Lord Siroth and his evil forces. There's such a wide selection of warriors to choose from that come from 14 different factions
Chinese game developer miHoYo has done the unimaginable by creating a console-worthy experience that fits wonderfully on mobile devices.
When you type in the search term "mobile final fantasy games," you'll be surprised how many ports of previous games in the series and completely original mobile games exist within Square Enix's biggest IP.
Chrono Trigger always makes the list of the greatest RPGs of all time. And no one is surprised when it happens — this 16-bit classic featured the efforts of the creators' ultimate dream team during its grand creation.
Those personalities are writer Masato Kato and composer Yasunori Mitsudama, two geniuses who worked on the Xenogears and Chrono series.
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Based on Akira Toriyama's groundbreaking manga/anime Dragon Ball mobile game plethora. But what we can't get enough of is Dragon Ball Legends, a frantic action RPG featuring Super Saiyans, Nemecians, androids, and more.
The Seven Deadly Sins is one of those modern anime hits that has earned considerable critical acclaim. And it's no surprise that it's received quite a few video game adaptations in recent memory.
Surely there are plenty of mobile games based on mega-popular manga/anime properties, right? Thankfully, we're here to separate the good from the bad so you know which ones are worth investing your time and energy into.