Update May 11, 2018: Check out the highly-anticipated Dragon Ball Legends, and then dive into the deep, criminal world of Torn!
Dragon Ball Legends
This is a game that Dragon Ball fans have been waiting for! Dragon Ball Legends is finally out and boy does this game look amazing! Featuring all your favorite characters from the Dragon Ball franchise, this is an artfully crafted game designed to be played with one hand.
Battles take place in real-time in a 3D space that lets you dodge and counter your opponent’s attacks with a quick swipe on the screen. Special attacks are available as cards, and you can link cards together to create a devastating combo.
There’s an original storyline to play through featuring a brand new character created by Dragon Ball’s creator, Akira Toriyama, and the game also features top-notch voice acting.
Once you’ve progressed through the first four chapters of story mode, you unlock PvP mode and other good stuff.
Torn is a massively multiplayer text-based RPG set in the gritty and crime-ridden world of Torn City. It’s been around since 2005 and has over two million registered players and 20,000 daily active users who are participating in one of the largest text-based games going. Every day you can log in to slowly improve your character at the gym, gamble, commit crimes, and much more as you progress along a staggering number of career/crime paths available in the game.
Previously available as a cross-platform browser game, the developers have just now released an official app for Android that lets you check in and progress your character wherever you are in the world.
Given that this is a text-based RPG, it’s not going to be for everyone. But if it sounds like something up your alley, Torn is entirely free to play — with donator packs available for those who financially support the game. Check it out and go through the tutorial missions to get a feel for it all. It’s ridiculously deep and lets you hold down jobs, get an education, buy property and weapons, attack other players — the game is what you make of it. You don’t need to invest too much time as the game plays out in real-time so you only need to check in every once and a while.
May 11, 2018 at 05:05AM