This is the Japanese version of Blood&Glory 2. For your convenience, you can read our original review on the English one below:
Glad...I...at...or... they seem random muttered words, but when are put together, well, you have a word game then, and a nice way to start this bloody review and catch your attention, I hope.
As usual in Glu's games, be prepared for a 250Mb extra package to run, plus extra time to unzip it. When it's finished, you'll directly jump onto the fight tutorial, where you will face a huge cyclops. By huge I mean huge, suggesting that this new edition of Blood & Glory will bring more fantasy elements than its predecessor. It's also new the comic-like scenes between combats, giving a Frank Miller's aura to the whole.
Graphics and sounds are bloody beautiful, making the most of nearly every device known. The freemium system works rather well, though game isn't easy once you are on yourself beyond the starting stages. There will be a point where you will have to choose between getting stuck or release the dough. The daily bonus formula is an incentive to play for a while every day, though.
Gameplay has been honed and it's more spectacular than ever. Anyway, it still keeps that round based touch that leaves it away what we could call a soulcaliburish experience and takes it closer to something more strategical, where timing isn't as important as paying enough attention and don't let you be fooled by feints or over extended attacks.
The story is appreciated, even when it's a walking cliche. Overall, it's a great game that makes mobile gaming greater.
by Peter , Appszoom
Jul 16, 2013