Why I Ultimately Bailed on Dragon’s Blade

…even though I really, really like it! Dragon’s Blade may very well be one of the finest mobile RPGs I’ve ever played. So why am I quitting halfway through? Well, I’ll tell you, but first, let me give you an in-depth review of all the game has to offer. About the Game It was first released in… Read more…

Welcome to our blog!

Welcome to the official blog for RPG Insanity, where we will cover all topics having anything and everything to do with mobile RPGs (and the reasons why we love them…) Hint: “fun” and “portable.” Oh, and “fun.” Did we mention fun? Two years ago, RPG Insanity was born, and the web (and the developer) has… Read more…

Good addition to the Asdivine universe

Asdivine Cross is the fourth Asdivine game to be released in the U.S. Fans of Asdivine Dios and Asdivine Menace will quickly be at home with the overall gameplay, though the plot hearkens back to Asdivine Hearts, with the Light and Shadow Deities playing a central role in the story. However, Cross is marketed as… Read more…

Elio is NOT the Typical Kemco RPG

Elio: A Fantasie of Light and Darkness is not AT ALL the typical Kemco JRPG. This in itself may turn a lot of players off; however, for what it is, it’s about as good as other games of the same type. My first impression of Elio was that it’s essentially a Brave Frontier type of… Read more…

Glorious Savior: Weapons/Skill system is annoying, but the story is top-notch

First of all… I regret to have to say that this game is NOT a sequel to Journey to Kreisia. (When I read about the Overlord and the Hero’s Sword, I was really hoping it would be…) You do fight an Overlord in this game – but definitely not the same one that’s in Kreisia…. Read more…

Revenant Dogma: Average game, decent plot, interesting bonus content

First – You do not need to play Revenant Saga before playing this game! Two of the main characters from Saga make an appearance in this game, but you do not need to know anything about these character’s background in order to fully enjoy Revenant Dogma. — However, Revenant Saga explains how and why “Revenants”… Read more…

Symphony of Eternity: This is NOT the Symphony of the Origin “sequel”

Symphony of Eternity is called by some the “sequel” to Symphony of the Origin, but I always felt that the story takes places before the one in Origin, which would actually make this game the “unofficial” prequel. The only thing that ties the two games together is that the Elf leader and the Dwarf leader… Read more…

Justice Chronicles: If you’re looking for a challenge, this might be it

Justice Chronicles is quite possibly the most complex Kemco game I’ve ever played. Borrowing from Machine Knight, Bonds of the Skies, and Crystareino, it tells the story of a young man who must travel across two worlds to save the land from the evil High Beast Lord. Along the way, he meets a Battle Maiden,… Read more…

Eve of the Genesis: Simple, yet Elegant

In all honesty, it took me awhile to get around to playing this game. At first I was turned off by the graphics, and reviews that said it was basically just an RPG Maker-type game. I will admit the graphics and the menus in the game are not much to look at – however, I… Read more…

Crystareino: Destined to be an Instant Classic

Crystareino is one of those games that you either love it, or you hate it. Personally, I love Love LOVE it! This is one of only 3 Kemco games, that once I started playing it I literally could not put it down! (The other two are Symphony of the Origin and Justice Chronicles.) While borrowing… Read more…