PRESS RELEASE: Aeon Avenger Released in iTunes App Store

Saturday, February 16th, 2013

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Aeon Avenger—Rean, a time traveler

Aeon Avenger is a JRPG for mobile systems that was first released in the West by Kemco back in 2011. It’s been an Android-exclusive game since then—until now, that is. Fans of JRPGs and gaming on the go can now purchase Aeon Avenger for their iPhone or iPad from the App Store. To celebrate the release, Kemco has discounted the game’s price to $2.99 (USD/CAD) from its usual $7.99 for a limited time.

Aeon Avenger—Battle

The gameplay in Aeon Avenger relies heavily on time travel. Players will have to jump between three different eras in order to meet new characters, solve problems, and even improve their weapons. The main character, Lake, starts the game bent on avenging his family’s death and his home’s destruction at the hands of a mysterious stranger clad in black. Along the way, he stumbles upon a girl who hails from a tribe that knows the secrets of time travel—and from there, one can only guess that things get more interesting and more complicated for our protagonist.

It’s not certain how long the sale will last, so you’d best pick it up quickly if you’re interested in giving it a try. There’s no hopping back in time for you if you miss it. Android gamers can also pick up the game in the Google Play store for a discount: $3.99, down from the initial $7.99 price point.

To learn more, read the full press release below.

Pick up the game from the App Store!

Pick up the game from Google Play!


Aeon Avenger for iPhone™

February 15th, 2013 Japan Standard Time

Aeon Avenger icon

Fly at will through past, present, and future!
KEMCO proudly announces the release of ‘Aeon Avenger‘ set to hit the App Store™ today!
The normal price is $7.99, but to celebrate the release it is downloadable for just $2.99!

Story

A young man named Lake lost both his home and family when a mysterious man in black attacked his village. Revenge became his one purpose in life. One day, he met a woman from a tribe which kept the secrets of time travel. His destiny was about to change forever… Who is the Man in Black, who leads a host of monsters? A great story, spanning 3 eras, present, past and future!

Aeon Avenger screenshots

Fly through space-time using time travel

Time travel across the three eras, past, present and future is a key part of this story. You may be able to find the solution to a problem in one era by traveling to another. Study the characteristics of each era to time-travel effectively.

Totally enjoyable genuine JRPG

You’ll enjoy battle in the genuine JRPG style by entering commands to make characters attack. Enemy and companion graphics in high resolution allow easy, comfortable play. Battles move at a good pace, without stressful waits. Make exhilarating attacks on your enemies with the powerful skills you’ll acquire!

Strengthen your weapons

You can strengthen your weapons by attaching accessories called “ bits.” Bits will let you use secret techniques and even attack all enemies at once. Try various combinations. By time-traveling, you can even evolve the bit.

Characters you will meet across time-space

The main character Lake will meet various characters in each era. Each one has his or her own worries and problems, drawing each of them into Lake’s dramatic story. Each character’s story is entangled with the other’s… engrossing and entertaining to the very end!

More

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About Angela Hinck

Former Contributor: Content Manager- Situated in sunny Florida, Angela spends plenty of time watching anime and playing video games. RPGs and survival-horror are her go-to genres; but if it's weird or different, she's willing to give a shot. She graduated from the University of Central Florida with a BA in Creative Writing and now puts her skills to good use writing about the nerdier things in life, including news and game reviews for Operation Rainfall.




  • Are y’all ever going to review any of the iphone/ipad games? That would be really helpful, I can never find a reliable review of these types of games.

    • farquad

      Especially the ones that look like anime-style. I’ve downloaded a dozen or so and they are all crap. I know everyone always says there is good stuff on the App Store but I haven’t found any myself and reviews only seem to praise stuff like Angry Birds and Temple Run.

    • RichieBerry

      I can list a few games I really like. Bastion is really cool and extremely atmospheric (The narrator is an awesome sounding dude). I got it on sale for a dollar, but I think it’s worth five. (Of course, it’s also pn Steam, but it’s a very well done port.) Infinity Blade is really polished, and it’s free right now, which is pretty crazy. Super Hexagon is pretty addictive. Also, there are two rhythm games that are free (though you can pay for extra songs): osu!stream and Groove Coaster Zero. Osu!stream is a lot like Elite Beat Agents (or you could say it’s a rip off, if you’re feeling uncharitable), and you can download the closing credits song from Portal 2 for free from its in-game store. Catchy. Also, if you like any of Telltale’s games, the iOS ports are all pretty well done (especially Walking Dead).

      The other thing about the app store is that a lot of the best games regularly go on sale for a dollar or even free. IGN post a daily article listing some of the games that released or lowered in price that day, which can be handy.

    • Anhinck

      David, I can’t say for sure that there are definitive plans to review
      games for the iOS right now, but I’m sure it IS a priority. With any
      luck, you’ll see more reviews for iOS games in the near future from us!