iPad Game Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com
Over the years, we’ve had many opportunities to game, rave and otherwise shred it up on our iPad. What we’re saying is, we’ve tried just about every action, adventure or action adventure title out there, especially if it happens to have a bit of strategy thrown in.
MEG RVO is a brilliant new entry into the strategy action field with some inventive units and even better ideas. It’s not a fully-baked work just yet, but with time and a little TLC, it’ll shine like resource crystals.
Concept and Gameplay
To describe MEG RVO, we’re going to have to bake a cake composed of several different classics. For example, you’re going to want to start with Mech Warrior, or some of the older tank warfare games that were more popular in the early 2000s.
This is because you’ll spend most of your time in MEG RVO rolling around in various vehicles called rigs.
These monstrosities are built on the upgrades, components and other purchases you fashion together by playing the game. You’ll need to have an account to do this, but you can also play as a guest if you’d rather.
As you might have guessed, the basic point of all this customizing and building is to destroy thine enemies. Blast them to tiny bits, in fact. In this sense, the game is a lot like Star Craft, or Command and Conquer.
Expect to cleverly use mines, rockets, shields, and all those beautiful upgrades to more efficiently destroy your opponents. Though, unlike a lot of RTS titles, you won’t spend the entire day mining for crystals. And to us, that’s always a perk.