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No one here at Family Friendly Gaming had heard of Ash before. After playing Ash II Shadows a couple of us plan on rectifying that. This role playing game continues where the last one left off. A group of characters is chasing down their Magistrate. They learn secrets of the past, as well as more about the evil magic corruption.

Ash II Shadows is a turn based role playing game where the player gets to use a variety of commands on the enemy creatures. Many of these things look hideous. They are definitely monsters, and corrupted beings. The bar at the top of the screen shows who gets the next turn. Players select a command and then an enemy to perform it on. Or just select the enemy for an attack.

Ash II Shadows is broken up into six chapters. Currently only chapter one is available. When you purchase this app there is a choice - gold or silver. Gold gets you all six chapters, whereas silver only provides the first two. It is unknown what the chapters will cost after this. Chapter one of Ash II Shadows can be beaten easily in under four hours.

The journal system in Ash II Shadows will ensure players do not get stuck. Not sure where to go next? Bring up the journal for instructions as well as a map. On the map the next location is highlighted. Ash II Shadows is approachable by all experience sets. Characters heal after every single battle. No need to keep up with all those items. There are armors and weapons that the player can use to strengthen their characters.

Ash II Shadows is the easiest role playing game this reviewer has ever played. It only took a couple of characters in the first turn to defeat the end boss. This was with no grinding in the chapter whatsoever. Every enemy on every map was fought, but that was just being thorough. Map level screens (where players walk from town to dungeon, and town) do not contain any enemies. This is one of the ways Ash II Shadows keeps the pace fast.

The downside to Ash II Shadows is there is some bad language, certain tribal female characters could be less exposed, and there are buddah statues. An interesting aspect to Ash II Shadows is characters from your landing party tell you to: "Go with God." The story is interesting, and involving. Ash II Shadows will reveal itself in layers like an onion.
- RPG Master


Graphics: 69%
Sound: 67%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 79%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%
System: iPhone/iPod Touch
Publisher: Konami
‘9+’ - 9+
{Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence,Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor}

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