Review Dragons and Titans
Incredibly fun dragon RPG
Author: Ollie Green
Date: 31 Mar 2017, tested on Samsung GT-I9500 Galaxy S4
Quality 3D graphics, dynamic game play, simple controls
There aren't that many people in the world that would think owning a pet dragon wouldn't be cool, and with Dragons and Titans for Android, you will get the chance to have your own pet dragon. Dragons and Titans gives players the ability to fly their dragon across different fantasy worlds whilst fighting it out against Titans and dodging dangerous obstacles in the dragons flight path.
When you first start this game, you will be asked to sign in with your Facebook account, and it seems as if there is no way to get into the game without using a Facebook account during the sign-up process. This may be a little off-putting for some, but once you have signed up, it's all clean sailing from there. Players will be asked to complete a prologue mode which consists of four separate missions, and it is within these missions that the main gameplay mechanics will be taught to the player.
Straight away, you will notice that the graphics in this title are really on-point, and the top down view works wonders for this type of game. The background music is of high quality as well, and the same can be said for the in-game sound effects.
When it comes to actual gameplay, there is enough to keep players entertained. Different dragons with varying abilities will be made free-to-play each week, and every mission offers different objectives, such as clearing villages of bats, or collecting gold from gold ore rocks to increase the nearby village income. All of this can be done straight from the back of your dragon.
Overall, we'd say that Dragons and Titans is an incredibly versatile fantasy action RPG that gives players hours worth of potential fun. In almost all cases, the graphics are on point, the sound is great, and the only down side is the required Facebook login.