If you're a big fan role playing games or RPG's, then this new game is definitely one worth taking a look at. This is Maiden: Legacy of the Beast, and it's brought to you by Roadhouse Games, who has built Warhammer 40,000: Carnage and has been a great success for them. In Maiden: Legacy of the Beast, you'll be battling as Eddie across some amazing worlds. These are all inspired by Iron Maiden's rich imagery and music. You'll fight legions of enemies while you are piecing together the shattered remains of Eddie's soul. And at the same time, you'll be saving the universe.
In the game, Eddie comes in different shapes and forms. They are all part of the Iron Maiden's rich history, which includes a wicked set of special powers and abilities. Additionally, Roadhouse Games says that fans will recognize Eddie from Powerslave, Killers, Somewhere in Time, The Number of the Beast and other classic albums. Throughout the game, you'll battle many infamous foes. If you win the battle, the souls of the vanquished minions transform into some valuable weapons and allies that you can take into your next battle. Throughout the game, you'll be upgrading and evolving your team, for the ultimate battle strategy. Additionally, there are over 40 different Talisman sets to choose additional abilities for your characters. You can also choose your class, with five classes to choose from. These include Warrior, Magus, Sentinel, Gunner or Assassin.
Maiden: Legacy of the Beast is available in the Google Play Store right now. It's a free-to-play game. Meaning that it is a free download and you can play it without spending a dime, but there are some in-app purchases here. Speaking of in-app purchases, we're looking at these ranging from $0.99 all the way up to $159.99. So you could definitely spend a good amount of cash playing this game. Maiden: Legacy of the Beast is available for Android 4.1 and higher, basically any Android smartphone or tablet that was released in 2014 or later should be able to run the game without much of an issue. The download weighs in at about 57MB, so it's not large at all.