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Mike Salbato
Zenonia 3: The Midgard Story Gallery
And incredibly brief first impressions.
04.30.11 - 11:13 PM

You probably know this already, but GAMEVIL's Zenonia 3: The Midgard Story released this week to mostly favorable reviews from players (some of the RPGFan staff included). One iTunes review even claims the game is "better than Jelly on toast," so if that doesn't sell you, I don't know what will. In any case, if you liked the first two titles, Zenonia 3 is more of the same to an extent, but there's layers upon layers of polish when compared to the first game: So it's not brand-new, but a highly-refined sequel that's worth a look.

Of course, what you actually clicked on this story for is the gallery, seen below. So take a gander below, and if you're sold yet, Zenonia 3: The Midgard Story is $4.99 USD in the App Store.


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