gumi inc, who have already got released a few reliable games onto Android operating system such as Brave Frontier and also Wakfu Raiders, have finally announced an overall release date with regards to upcoming Phantom of the Get rid of RPG for mobile phones. We originally claimed on this game in the beginning of 2015 and since our last article within October, not much has become mentioned about this mission’s release until now.
UPDATE: Wednesday, May 18th — 11:39 Evening, PST: A few days ago, quietly, gumi introduced Phantom of the Kill in to the Google Play Retailer. We had reported lately about the game turning up sometime in May. You will find downloaded it currently, you can download the game for free. It is defined as a Mature 17+ game. The overall game does include recommended in-app purchases. If you are interested in checking this game out, the link can be found by the end of this article.
For those of you not really acquainted with this game, Phantom of the Kill is a 3D turn-based RPG that takes place in a dangerous fantasy world the spot that the story revolves around a group of assassins on a quest to recover their lost reminiscences. This game has a couple of notable people taking care of it, including Blurry in the Shell movie director Mamoru Oshii who was brought on to the game’s development, largely around the opening movie as its Editorial Inspector.
The controls for this recreation are supposed to be simplistic enough where you are meant to be able to play it having one thumb, in order to go that route of course. The general fantasy theme due to this game blends both magic and engineering together, which can be an attractive entertaining theme to try out with.
So far Phantom from the Kill has been in a fairly limited soft release in a couple of regions only. If you play plenty of RPGs, turn-based or otherwise, you will likely see a lot of equivalent mechanics showing up with this game as well. Unfortunately there isn’t an exact time for the global kick off of Phantom of the Kill, only that it’ll be happening next month (May 2016). We’ll post an update once we learn more. In the meantime, you can check out the trailer for this game below.
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