Revenant Dogma RPG offers excellent IAP bypass

Published On March 3, 2016 | By Kirk Hiner | iPhone/iPad

If you follow KEMCO like we do, you know they’ve offered up quite a few solid options for iOS RPG adventures. The stories and overall feel of their titles offer comfortable—if not groundbreaking—treks through the JRPG genre, but the different battle systems employed across the games help to keep things fresh. With Revenant Dogma, which debuts in the iTunes App Store today, it’s their approach to handling in-app purchases that deserves highlighting.

Revenant Dogma

However, I’m not going to do that yet. First:

Humans have attained divine strength through the power of holy beasts, while therians worship different beings known as feral gods. As the two races try to thrive in harmony, a foul stench arises. The main hero, Caine, infiltrates a ruins site and finds a mysterious girl in a mask. This girl has the same black wings as a feral god…! This strange encounter becomes the catalyst of a grand scheme that will change the worlds of humans and therians. Will divine power lead to prosperity or destruction… Find out as this epic story unfolds!

And as that story unfolds, you’ll experience 3D battles that feature Transformation; this enables various skills and Bursts that can deal massive damage. However, they also provide less control. In addition, weapons can be fully customized for stronger attack power or imbued with various effects. Forged weapons can be sold for gold or broken down for reinforcing material.

It’s the “labyrinth of unknown origins,” however, that really sets the game apart. The labyrinth changes every time it is entered, offering rare weapons that can only be found within.

More importantly, it offers up plenty of battles which help you bypass IAPs. You earn Revenant Dogma Points (the in-game currency) after every three battles won, so the more you journey into the labyrinth, the better weapons you can get for the tough battles ahead. Of course, if you’d rather not grind in this manner, you can buy RDP with actual money.

How you intend to play should determine which download you get. The premium version (currently on sale for $4.99) comes with 1,000 in-app bonus points. A freemium version is also available, but will either require more IAPs or grinding in the labyrinth. No matter which path you choose, “May wings and fangs bless the warrior in you…”

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is greatly looking forward to the day when he no longer cares about Apple, games, and gaming technology. But right now he does, and he loves to talk about them, just as he's been doing on the web since 1998. He can otherwise be spotted as that one guy in Ohio wearing a Minnesota North Stars hockey sweater. Kirk has a wife and three kids, and is a generally happy fellow.