The Devil May Cry series is certainly one of the hallmarks of the console action/slashers. Known for spectacular stylized combos and a mix of both ranged and melee combat, it has set a standard few have been able to achieve. And it seems Nintendo and Sony have ever more reasons to be wary of the iOS devices, as Capcom has quite unexpectedly released a version of the latest reincarnation of the franchise on the App Store. Letâ€™s see if Devil May Cry 4 refrain can live up to the benchmark set by the console versions of the series.
Iâ€™m so happy to see a strong flood of games coming in again.Â My iDevice was starting to get bored (just kidding).Â At any rate, action RPG lovers should give Gameloftâ€™s freemium adventure Sacred Odyssey: Rise Of Ayden a try.Â Rumor has it that the game feels sort of like an iPhone Zelda, and thereâ€™s nothing at all wrong with that.Â If you want some dry British humor with your physics puzzles than you might want to take Monty Pythonâ€™s Cow Tossing for a whirl.Â It combines classic Holy Grail shenanigans with the game play style of certain disgruntled fowl to hopefully bring you a hilarious wall crumbling experience.Â Addicts that just canâ€™t get enough of the actual Hasbro toy should check out Bop It!, the iDevice implementation of said game that offers several new gadgets to play with, as well as 4 solo and 4 multi-player modes.Â Finally, those that arenâ€™t sick of zombie games yet can sail the 7 seas with Zombie Isle, the story of a human pirate captain that happens to have a crew of undead minions.Â And no, Jack Sparrow wonâ€™t be popping by these seas any time soon.