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TouchGen - Sacred Odyssey: Rise of Ayden Review

TouchGen - Gameloft mould a Zelda-like onto iOS using their magic cloning clay… With mixed results

First up, if anyone had any doubt to this games inspiration, then you are mad. This is a Zelda clone through and through. Gameloft even admit it by calling two horses Miya and Moto. (An obvious reference to Nintendo’s Miyamoto having been the creative mind behind the Legend of Zelda. (iPhone, Sacred Odyssey: Rise of Ayden) 3/5

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