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Boasting the best graphics and gameplay ever seen on the iPhone or iPod touch and the number one highest sales in fifteen countries, the record-breaking RPG, CHAOS RINGS, now finally makes its way to the iPad!

===iPad-exclusive Enhancements!===
The iPad version supports 1024x768px HD resolutions. Experience beautiful graphics, detailed backgrounds, intricate character expressions, and intense battle scenes on the iPad's large screen.


Overview
CHAOS RINGS takes full advantage of the iPhone and iPod touchs capabilities. Using a classic game system that any RPG fan will enjoy, it presents an epic tale consisting of four different scenarios, all brought to you with gorgeous sound and unbelievably smooth 3D graphics.

The story revolves around a tournament where combatants fight for their lives: the Ark Arena. Upon choosing a pair of characters, one male and one female, you will then have to fight against the other pairs. Each pair has their own story, and the truth behind the Ark Arena will not be revealed until each story is completed.


Game Features
-Amazingly smooth 3D graphics

-Gorgeous sound that takes full advantage of the iPad powerful hardware

-A deep story with unique twists for every pair and multiple endings

-Traditional game and battle systems polished to perfection

-Hours upon hours of gameplay, complete with hidden bosses, secret weapons, and more


Reviews of the iPhone version
Chaos Rings is the only title I will be playing for quite some time, outside of my normal review requirements.
- 148Apps

The turn-based fighting is gratifying and never got old, and the story and character development remains immersive even in short play sessions.
- Touch Arcade

The iPhone finally has its own triple-A Square Enix RPG that actually reaches the heights of a Final Fantasy or Chrono Trigger.
- Slide to Play

The story, and characters found within Chaos Rings are the most interesting and intriguing I have come across for the iPhone, and perhaps I have to go back to Final Fantasy VII to find its equal.
- TouchGen

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/24/arts/television/25chaos.html
- The New York Times

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Quote:
Boasting the best graphics and gameplay ever seen on the iPhone or iPod touch and the number one highest sales in fifteen countries, the record-breaking RPG, CHAOS RINGS, now finally makes its way to the iPad!

★☆★iPad-exclusive Enhancements!★☆★
The iPad version supports 1024x768px HD resolutions. Experience beautiful graphics, detailed backgrounds, intricate character expressions, and intense battle scenes on the iPad's large screen.


◆Overview
CHAOS RINGS takes full advantage of the iPhone and iPod touch’s capabilities. Using a classic game system that any RPG fan will enjoy, it presents an epic tale consisting of four different scenarios, all brought to you with gorgeous sound and unbelievably smooth 3D graphics.

The story revolves around a tournament where combatants fight for their lives: the Ark Arena. Upon choosing a pair of characters, one male and one female, you will then have to fight against the other pairs. Each pair has their own story, and the truth behind the Ark Arena will not be revealed until each story is completed.


◆Game Features
-Amazingly smooth 3D graphics

-Gorgeous sound that takes full advantage of the iPad powerful hardware

-A deep story with unique twists for every pair and multiple endings

-Traditional game and battle systems polished to perfection

-Hours upon hours of gameplay, complete with hidden bosses, secret weapons, and more


◆Reviews of the iPhone version
Chaos Rings is the only title I will be playing for quite some time, outside of my normal review requirements.
- 148Apps

The turn-based fighting is gratifying and never got old, and the story and character development remains immersive even in short play sessions.
- Touch Arcade

The iPhone finally has its own triple-A Square Enix RPG that actually reaches the heights of a Final Fantasy or Chrono Trigger.
- Slide to Play

The story, and characters found within Chaos Rings are the most interesting and intriguing I have come across for the iPhone, and perhaps I have to go back to Final Fantasy VII to find it’s equal.
- TouchGen

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/24/ar...n/25chaos.html
- The New York Times
12-21-2010, 09:46 AM
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With the price drop, I will be getting Chaos Rings for either Iphone or Ipad. I like the portability of having it on the Iphone, but I want to make sure the Ipad experience (with the added screen size and presumably easier to navigate controls) isn't so much better that I should go for the Ipad version instead.

Any thoughts?
I have it on both devices and while I love it on iPad you don't really need the bigger screen. It boils down to whether you prefer portability or your games on a larger screen.
12-21-2010, 01:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Squeaker View Post
If you're totally new to RPG you can check out Yipe 5 on iPhone. Then you can decide if you like the genre enough to move in to these expensive ones.
Yipe 5 is quite special and it's a very strange advice for discovering RPG.

12-21-2010, 03:46 PM
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Then you are not exactly new Go ahead and get Chaos Rings, it's quite easy to get into and really fun.
Alright alright... I just bought the iPad version
12-21-2010, 06:36 PM
Well after to have played the beginning and a part of the first dungeon I'd say my feeling is quite tedious.

The first point is now I played a bit the real game I understand why some complained about the iPad port. Some background are quite blurry and that's too apparent. But also in many area the characters are so tiny, and despite they are tiny or perhaps because they are, they are pixelated.

But that's just superficial points. For sure the story seems interesting but that's one of the worst merging of story and gaming I have seen. On one part there's some talk in the main manor, some events to build the story progression. And another part dungeon with zero story, no quests, just some sample wandering, random encounters, and few room puzzles.

But there's even more, the random encounters coming from monsters that pop from nowhere despite it's not large travel but dungeon or delimited area, that's so tedious for the mood, you wanderer in desert places and monsters pop from thin air to attack you. Moreover the diversity of those random encounters seems quite low it's not the awful repetition like there are ton in Crimson Gen, but it's still a bit tedious.

On top of that in the beginning the fights are just boring, you don't have much interesting choices, and tactics seem pretty thin but that points will certainly improve as the game progress.

All in all the global design lack a lot of finesse and if there's something that could save it it's the story alas it's a lot too diluted, and perhaps the fights, I hope so. Despite blurry parts and sometimes pixelated stuff the graphics tend be better but well Puzzle Quest 2 just shine in comparison.

Now to be clear it's only the beginning of the game and totally unfair for the game, but it's still a quite tedious feeling for its beginning.

Even Dungeon Hunter 2 first parts gave me a better feeling, that said all.
12-21-2010, 07:47 PM
Joined: May 2009
Location: Daydream
Posts: 3,375
You can switch off combat encounters if you gain certain genes along the way. And you can get the ability pretty early in the game. Part of the fun is collecting genes and figuring out which are the better ones for the characters. As far as story is concern, you need to play for more than a couple hours for things to get interesting. Then you'll be so curious you just have to play till the end.

Yipe 5 is really casual and easy and funny. IMO a great way to get an inkling to what RPG is about.
12-21-2010, 09:40 PM
it's a nice game. Thanks for your sharing!
12-22-2010, 07:36 AM
Dude. Seriously. Stop posting. Here's your last 5 posts in the iPad forum alone.

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loved it
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I would LOVE to play this on iPad
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I would LOVE to play this on iPad
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I would LOVE to play this on iPad
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I would LOVE to play this on iPad
Really? You're just needlessly bumping threads.

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12-22-2010, 07:43 AM
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Originally Posted by CzarCastic View Post
Dude. Seriously. Stop posting. Here's your last 5 posts in the iPad forum alone.

...snip...

Really? You're just needlessly bumping threads.
That's what i said and noticed in another topic also....i hope one of the moderators see this also and takes some actions against this stupid spamming.

Btw...have put him on my ignore list so i don't see those spam anymore.

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Last edited by RodmanSan; 12-22-2010 at 07:46 AM.
12-22-2010, 09:51 AM
Joined: May 2009
Location: Daydream
Posts: 3,375
Speeding his way to senior member.

Not sure if this behavior is report worthy. Will contact a mod about it.
03-24-2011, 11:39 AM
Joined: Feb 2009
Location: Indonesia
Posts: 903
Sorry for bumping such an old thread, but one quick question. I've got the iPhone version of the game and had just bought an ipad a few days ago. Should I buy the iPad version? Is it worth the extra dollars? It is on sale but it's still quiet pricy. Another option is to use retinapad, would that help? Thanks.

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