Despite my critiques on the controls, health regens and continue system of Hail to the King: Deathbat, it still provides an unrivaled experience on the iOS format. The price tag might scare off a few people who are on the fence about purchasing it, but let’s get one thing clear — you do not have to be an A7X fan to enjoy the hell out of HttK. If you are a fan, you’ll find yourself catching all sorts of references to the band, whether it be song lyrics in the lore or the appearance of all the band members as paid-DLC characters. If you’re easily frustrated or are looking for an easy ride, look elsewhere. HttK’s levels are massive, varied and keep you thoroughly entertained from start to finish, just as long as you don’t mind punishment and grinding things out.