No Dpad Review: Itarus

No Dpad:
For better or worse, South Korean mobile phone Action RPGs continue to elbow their way into the iPhone marketplace, with NATE Games‘ Itarus being one of the latest arrivals. The game comes packed with genre cliches, and suffers many of its peers’ pitfalls, showing us that NATE Games has learned relatively little from its previous app store outings. Despite being a lousy port of a game that was vanilla to begin with, however, Itarus does manage to get a few things right. And while that’s not enough to vault the game into the highest echelon of app store fame, it does give the game a leg up on many of its rivals.

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