Top Ten Mobile Gatcha Games
I am a huge fan of mobile games, particularly Gatcha games. While I am not a whale (someone who spends hundreds of dollars in these games to get ahead), if I enjoy the game I don't have a problem putting a little bit of money into the game. While I understand some people absolutely hate these games, these games are where most of my gaming time goes into these days. And games like these are not going anywhere anytime soon. While I log into more than just these ten games, these are the ones I put the most time into playing.
10. Sword Art Online Memory Defrag
Out of all the mobile games that I'm still playing, this is the one I have been playing the longest. I have been a fan of the anime since it came out and out of all the mobile games based on it this is the one I stuck with. This is an action game where you take a team of three characters from the anime and fight bosses and other enemies either in the main quest that retells the first two seasons of the anime or extra events that bring in new stories to the franchise. The game looks and sounds really good. The best part, though, is that this game does not use a stamina system so you can play as much as you want for as long as you want.
9. DC Legends
DC Legends is a simple squad based RPG game. You take four DC characters (heroes and villains) and fight turn based battles. The game has a story mode along with weekly events and PvP. The game does a good job introducing new characters every month and if you have a favorite character, chances are they are in the game. There are multiple ways to form your teams and level up the power of your characters. While this is not the most visually imposing game, it is one I have been playing for quite a while and being a fan of DC comics, this is an easy one to add to my list.
8. Dragonball Legends
Out of the two Dragonball games I play, this is the one I like the most (the other one being Dragonball Z Dokkan Battle). This is an action game where you take three characters from the Dragonball universe and fight out battles using a card based combat system mixed with you moving around doing basic attacks. The game has a pretty good original story along with plenty of event missions. The game has a pretty good upgrade system for its characters and I do like how this game handles pulling characters. The game also looks great and is another reason I keep coming back to this game.
7. King's Raid
King's Raid is a game that has grown on me over the years. It is a squad based RPG game with a pretty good story. There is plenty to do in the game from events, multiple ways to PvP and plenty of PvE content. I like this game because getting new heroes is incredibly easy and is not gatcha based. An anime based on the game came out last year and while that doesn't do anything for the gameplay, it is neat to see characters from the game in animated form.
6. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Mutant Madness
This is the only Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles games on mobile that I have gotten into. This is a squad based idle RPG that has you going through an original story. One thing that drew me to this game is that it uses the character designs from the 80's cartoon which is what I grew up watching. The game itself plays well and the lack of a stamina system means you can play as much as you want. While you are gated by the idle part of the game, the developers are constantly adding new content to keep you coming back for more. This is a game I like to play when I'm doing other things around my house.
5. Marvel Strike Force
This game is very similar to DC Legends but uses Marvel characters instead of DC ones. The game is a squad RPG game that lets you form a team of five heroes and villains to complete missions. There is a lot of content to this game and there are always new events going on. There are also a few different ways to PvP in this game, including a guild vs guild battle system. With constant updates, new characters and new mechanics, there is plenty to do in this game.
4. The King of Fighters All Stars
I am a big King of Fighters fan, so this game was a no brainer for my top ten list. This game might not play like a traditional fighting game, however, there is plenty to do in this game. You take three fighters and fight against waves of enemies and bosses. There are plenty of characters to get and if you have a favorite fighter it's probably here somewhere. The game looks pretty good and with the amount of content available, there are plenty of reasons to keep coming back to this game.
3. Star Trek Timelines
As a life long Star Trek fan, I find a lot to like about this game. The game pulls characters and ships from the whole Star Trek Universe to use. The storyline is decent and fits in with the Star Trek lore. There are weekly events to get new characters and it is pretty easy to get at least one of the characters per event. While there isn't a ton of things to do in the game, I still enjoy this game.
2. Final Fantasy Brave Exvius War of The Visions
While I do play other Final Fantasy mobile games, this one is by far my favorite. War of the Visions is a strategy RPG that plays out very similarly to Final Fantasy Tactics on the Playstation 1. The game has a pretty good cast of characters, both original for this game, characters from the main Final Fantasy Brave Exvius mobile game and other Final Fantasy console games. The story is pretty good and the graphics and sounds are very well done. There are plenty of ways to level up your characters and while the game can be a grind fest, that hasn't stopped me from enjoying this game.
1. Might & Magic: Era of Chaos
Out of every mobile game I play, this one takes the most time up. I grew up playing Heroes of Might & Magic 2 and 3 and while different, this game is very similar to those games. There is a ton of content to unlock and do daily in the game. There are also a lot of ways to make your units and heroes stronger. I have a lot of fun with this game and it is because of the content, graphics and audio that it is on the top spot on this list.