Humans And Demons Are At War (Again) In Soul Of Deva

By Spencer . May 1, 2014 . 12:56am

Demons and humans live in the same world in Soul of Deva, but the two races are at war with each other. People are waiting Sania, a girl said to be the savior, to destroy the demons, but before she can do that you have to escort her westward.


Kemco’s RPG has a rather familiar plot, but the battle system is interesting. Soul of Deva blends a grid that you would usually see in a tactical RPG with traditional turn based combat. Attacks hit a range of squares similar to Live-A-Live, but heroes and enemies are on different grids.


Soul of Deva is out now for Android.


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  • shuyai

    is those Kemco game even worth mentioning? they seem like crapware game made by RPG maker

    • Seizui

      To be fair, most of these games look better than your standard RPG Maker games. Most of the RPG Maker stuff rarely put effort in the battle system. …But still, this is pumped out each month ( ), so this does feel like crapware, so I feel like quality is lacking.

    • Zero_Destiny

      They’re fun little titles that some of the readers play on occasion. Admittedly more of a novelty than anything else, but I’ve picked up a good few here & there during some sales.

      Plus I think Spence might have a thing for them. ;’D JK … or maybe not.

    • Jim

      Actually, games like Infinite Dunamis are actually pretty awesome and deep for some android RPG. Spent around 40+ hours to actually finish most of the game. Plus, these games exist mostly because of nostalgia. Games like Fortuna Magus are indeed mostly crap. Grinsia is also very, very neat. The games get significantly better. The early games of Kemco you can safely ignore though.

  • biskmater

    Hmmm, I’m hoping they think of porting this one to the 3DS, still I shall get it on the iphone.

  • Zero_Destiny

    At first the general run down of the plot reminded me of the fourth Arc the Lad game; Twilight of Spirits, but after sitting through that trailer, oh boy; that’s Saiyuki, isn’t it? lol

    The production values are still getting better it seems. Nothing to really brag about, but the backgrounds are starting to look alright. Come a long way from the lego blocks they used to use. Battles seem interesting enough too.

  • Yan Zhao

    I’ll play these Kemco games someday when they decide to release them on actual gaming systems like Vita/3DS.

  • AlliedG

    Most of these titles lack strong plots but they fulfil a RPG binge – their better value than so call full production titles which give you 3-4 hours maximum of game play.

    I also take offence at people associating RPG maker games with crap ware – it’s entirely dependent upon the developer.

  • TerrenceEncore Jones

    Another fun looking game that I won’t be able to play.

    • darke

      If they were iOS based I’d agree with you, but you should be able to get a Chinese no-name brand tablet with stock android for $50 that’ll play these things. It’s not as if they require high resolution or huge GPU power. (I guess you’re still limited if google play doesn’t sell them in your are; but there’s always torrents and side loading for that.)

  • Galen Nycroft

    Wish this was on a platform that I had…

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