Submitted by hellerphant 1738d ago | review

MMGN.com: Sacred Odyssey: The Rise of Ayden Review

It's obvious that Gameloft's latest game Sacred Odyssey: The Rise of Ayden has been heavily influenced by Nintendo's Legend of Zelda series; both feature a bigger than life landscape in which a battle unfolds, a princess is rescued and one man must save the land from destruction. Rather than being an outright copy, Sacred Odyssey pays perfect homage to the series that inspired it, and it is the closest you will ever get to a Zelda game on the iPhone. (iPhone, Sacred Odyssey: Rise of Ayden) 9/10

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