In the Epic Battle Fantasy, you have a unique chance to see an arena games series evolve from beginning to greatness! What arguably was the biggest lacking in the first game is fully featured in the latest: A story!
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This instalment is vastly different to the previous Epic Battle Fantasy games, in that you are able to walk around, explore and interact with your environment and other people. It follows the previous game, but also gives you, at the beginning, an explanation of how you ended up in your current predicament. A chained creature was released, and as it escaped, your power was drained and your weapons scattered across the land. You are on a quest to retrieve all of your items, and return this monster to where it should be. Battle Fantasy 3 definitely feels like a more complex arena game than the rest of the series, and as such is likely to capture your interest and hold it for longer. There are various achievements to complete throughout the game, usually by finding items for other characters you encounter along the way.Click to Play this GameRead Review
This arena game is the sequel to Epic Battle Fantasy, and follows the same two characters, player 1 and player 2 (who has now been named Natz), after the end of the first game. The style of play is very similar; it is a turn-based game in which you attack a variety of different creatures. The first stage of the game is played in Kitten Land, which is not as cute and cuddly as it sounds. There are four different levels of difficulty to choose from at the beginning, with the final ones being very difficult indeed, so choose wisely. Epic Battle Fantasy 2 has a similar appearance to the original game, but is somewhat better at explaining the back story, so you already have an idea of what is going on by the time you start your first battle.Click to Play this GameRead Review
The arena style battles of Epic Battle Fantasy will be familiar to anyone who has ever played an RPG (role playing game) before. You'll recognise the range of characters, weapons and even enemies from the extremely successful Final Fantasy series, which creator Matt Roszak has clearly used as his inspiration for this game, following on from his animations using the same subject matter. The concept, too, is extremely familiar - it's a turn-based fighting scenario in which you use your warrior and black mage/white mage/summoner to battle a range of creatures. These could be anything from cute looking animals to glowing balls of slime. Even the names for Potion, Ether, and Antidote are exactly the same as any number of other games available. The main difference is that Epic Battle Fantasy is played online for free, instead of on a console where you need to buy the game.Click to Play this GameRead Review