Chaos Rings II rolling onto App Store now

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 14 March 2012 23:07 GMT

Square Enix’s anticipated iOS sequel Chaos Rings II is out now in Australasia, and should arrive in other territories as midnight ticks over.

Pocket Gamer reports the iPhone version of the game goes for £10.99 in the UK and $15.99 in the US. The Australian price tag is AUD$18.99.

The iPad release is slightly more expensive again. Ouch.

Chaos Rings II is a tactical RPG which includes in branching storylines affected by player choice, with multiple bosses and endings. In addition, Square Enix has at least two free updates planned over the next few months, upping the level and dungeon caps, as well as adding quests and bosses.

Both Chaos Rings and its prequel, Omega, have been highly praised by players and critics alike.

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