Hack & Slash your Way Through 'EvilBane: Rise of Ravens'

RPG games have always been pretty popular. For the uninitiated RPG means Role-Playing Game. NetMarble Games has brought out their latest RPG which is a hack and slash game called EvilBane: Rise of Ravens. This game is a great one for those that love hack and slash games, but of course, who doesn't? The developers say that the action in this game is rendered in the type of 3D graphics you'd find on a console (like the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One). Giving you a pretty amazing experience, especially on a smartphone. Of course, to get the best looking graphics, you'll want to play this one something with a QHD display.

EvilBane takes place 20 years "after war devastated the land, a dark and powerful shadow has returned to the kingdom of Ceroth and challenges the mighty power of the Heavenstone." You, as the chosen Raven, must rise to save the world which now is threatened, before the shadow demolishes all hope of everyone in this world.

To dominate on the battle field, you'll obviously need some gear, which you can customize your character with over a thousand different weapons and armor. You can also team up with your allies to defeat powerful bosses and reap the glory and riches as a reward for your efforts. There's endless exploration here in EvilBane, which includes thick forests, desert dunes, chilling glaciers and even explosive volcanoes. But that's only the tip of the iceberg for exploration in this game. You'll be challenging others to test your strength, so you'll want to be sure that you are armed appropriately and prepared for this fight. It's a whole lot of fun, and it's one of those games that you'll easily get addicted too.

EvilBane: Rise of Ravens is what we would call a "Free to Play" game. It's a free download from Google Play, but there are some in-app purchases. Which are used to buy weapons and equip your character. These in-app purchases range from $0.99 all the way up to $99.99 per item. The Android version required does vary by device, but as long as you have a recent version of Android, it should work fine on your smartphone or tablet.


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