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iOS Game Review: Bladeslinger Ep. 1

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Bladeslinger is an action-packed, third person shooter game on iOS which offers stunning graphics and which has been developed by the company Kerosene. Bladeslinger was first discussed a year ago but recently far more recently.  It is currently live in US App store for $2.99.

Bladeslinger has been one of the most anticipated iOS games released this year. The graphics are stunning to say the least, and it has an interesting story line to go along with each chapter of gameplay.

Bladeslinger has been developed to run on the iPhone 4, iPod 4th gen. and newer devices except for the iPad.  Users running older devices are out of luck at this time for BladeSlinger. Hopefully, the developers will update the game for older devices as well.

The game sports touch screen controls much like those in Infinity Blade 2. This is no big surprise since both games are running on Unity software.

Bladeslinger Ep. 1 takes gamers on a journey like no other. Coming home from battle, William Glaston realizes his days of fighting may not be behind him after all. Upon returning to his home town, enemies begin attacking him forcing him to kill or be killed. Use the special skills and moves our hero can regain control of the town.

Overall, Bladeslinger Ep. 1 is an awesome third person shooting game. It’s interactive as well as entertaining with stunning graphics and audio. For the most part the controls are okay but having to perform multiple moves at once can be challenging with the touch screen. I think iOS gamers will thoroughly enjoy playing Bladeslinger. Watch the video review below for a closer look at Bladeslinger Ep. 1

BladeSlinger Episode 1 is rated 9+ for Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor, Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence, Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes.




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  • http://www.lumaarcade.com Matt

    Thanks for the review, some corrections though:

    “Bladeslinger has been developed to run on the iPhone 4, iPod 4th gen. and newer devices except for the iPad.”
    Actually Bladeslinger currently only supports Iphone 4 and up, and iPad 2 and up (including iPad Mini). We don’t support iPod at all for the moment.

    “The game sports touch screen controls much like those in Infinity Blade 2. This is no big surprise since both games are running on Unity software.”
    We did indeed develop Bladeslinger using the Unity engine, however Infinity Blade 1 & 2 are developed using the Unreal engine :)