Blades of Fury full review
Dedicated fighting fans will recognise the debt that Blades of Fury owes to some classic console fighting games, but it’s still a top fighting title. The multi-player function is perhaps the biggest selling point - WiFi/Bluetooth connectivity allows for you to battle foes online.
You get a D-pad and buttons on the iPhone’s screen. While the ability to jump and attack high and low can be a bit clunky, the magical attacks provide some great fireworks to the game. Each (hilariously hackneyed) character can utilise magic attacks in combination with other attacks or hold down the button and power them up to even more damaging attacks.