Review from Will Zhao
Deserves More Attention I don't see why it doesn't sell a lot, it's one of the best if not the best retro rpgs out there. The music the graphics the gameplay are just bang on. Definitely worth a try.
Fantastic This game is just fantastic. Very sandboxy. Huge dungeons n so much to explore. I used to play ultima online and elder scrolls is my favorite game series. So its no coincidence that I love 9th dawn! Would recommend to anyone. Takes a bit to get used to but once u got the hang of it hours of gameplay is avalible. Excellent game that deserves alot more recognition
Awesome but... I have remanded my previous review to say this is now my SECOND favorite mobile game of all time. Remnants of Caspartia has exceeded every single one of my hopes and expectations! I did not think it possible Valorware staff, but you have made a great game even greater! Keep up the amazing work
Wow! Takes me back to the days of Ultima, Daggerfall and Arcanum! This kind of open-world RPG is what has been lacking and is exactly the kind of game I generally enjoy playing. Would love to see more! Well worth the affordable price. Just wish I could see item stats, only complaint. Easy game to jump into!
Almost perfect I'd like to see a few changes and maybe a increase in difficulty, but when it comes to hardcore mobile gaming... I wish this game came out along time ago. Its amazing for a iOS game. I feel sorry for the people who can't appreciate this game. There's no other game that has such a amazing dev team that works so hard on this game. The best part is, it'll get better in time. Love you guys for delivering probably the best game on this market
Really choppy on LG G4 This game was awesome but it is really choppy and slow on an LG G4 running Android 6.0. It's really choppy/laggy as you walk around or fight enemies. I wanted this to play before 9th dawn 2, but I won't buy 2 it if it runs like this.
Definitely a game worthy of the stars. Especially for the 2.99 pricetag. I play it on my LG Gpad 7.0. works great. Pros: Beautiful Music, easy to learn, and plays very well. 2D Oblivion-ish. Cons: Unlike part 2, enemies see you through walls and charge you from outside the screen. Almost non-existent story. Hard to follow quests.
Coming later in 2015:
9th Dawn Remake and 9th Dawn II are still in development and we are hoping for a December release!
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