Kingdom Conquest II, SEGA’s New Mobile RPG, Released

Thursday, January 17th, 2013

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Kingdom Conquest II

Mobile gaming has never been expected to be totally on par with console and PC games before, but with their new RPG released today, Kingdom Conquest II, SEGA seems to be attempting just that.

The game, free on both iOS and Android, offers both high-scale RTS operations and in-depth dungeon battles. Both are fully multiplayer, so you can play a co-op mission with up to four players in a dungeon–then decide whether to betray them on the battlefield.

As a sequel to the original Kingdom Conquest, a game with an impressive 3.5 million downloads, Kingdom Conquest II has a great legacy to live to. It prides itself on a level of depth and complexity that’s not very common in the mobile gaming realm. For a free game, it’s looking to be more than worth looking into–even if you’re skeptical about mobile games. (If your phone can run it, that is. I mean, look at those graphics. Wow.)

Kingdom Conquest II Screenshot




About Phil Schipper

Phil N. Schipper joined the Operation Rainfall staff to review Android games, but soon fell in love with writing news articles and Games of the Past. His dream is to make a living writing sci-fi and fantasy novels, which is why he leads the Obscure Authors Alliance in his free time. Still, even in his stories, which usually involve insane people, video games are one of his strongest influences. He describes himself as "a Mr. Nice Guy with a horrible, horrible dark side."