Blood and Glory: Immortals is an action game that’s set in the mythical era of ancient times. The game is centered around the player as a supercharged hero who has been imbued with power by the muses to stop the onslaught of Zeus, Ares, and Hades who have unleashed their armies upon the world. The game features a selection of three different heroes to choose from, and gamers can either pick a Barbaress, a Warlock, or a Gladiator, each with their own unique skill sets and abilities. The game features a single-player campaign that feels like a hack and slash action RPG, not too different from that of Eternity Warriors, another action RPG type game from Glu.
Since this is set in ancient roman era, you can explore the roman empire and discover and complete over 150 quests throughout the single player campaign. Using your skills as a hero, you’ll be able to best your foes in combat unlike the other two Blood and Glory games, which were more of a swipe to attack game similar to the Infinity Blade series on iOS. Like in other action RPG games there is tons of loot to acquire, and as you make your way through your journey to stop the angry gods you’ll have chances to pick up all kinds of weapons and gear which can be equipped and upgraded to become stronger. There are even sets of armor that can give your character unique buffs that you won’t get with other single pieces.
The combat is fast-paced and feels more like real-time, which gives things a little more of a challenge. Since the combat isn’t a series of timed swipes, defeating your enemies can be done in any number of ways using your arsenal of unique skills and abilities. The game has a progressive leveling system as well so as you defeat your foes throughout the game you’ll gain experience and be able to level up. Visually, the graphics are also pretty good and should delight anybody that enjoys action hack and slash titles. If you’re interested in giving Blood and Glory: Immortals a shot, you can pick it up from the Play Store.