MOST BADASS GODS EVER
EMBARK ON AN URBAN ADVENTURE
Set in the near future with a stylish, urban mythological theme, Dislyte is a visually stunning story of heroes that offers a smooth gameplay experience. Build your own squad now and take the fight to the enemy!
The divine power to awaken Espers comes from gods of worldwide mythologies, including Chinese, Egyptian, Greek, and Northern European. They take on diverse appearances and personalities, depending on from whom they received the power.
FEEL THE BEAT
Take yourself down to funky town! Enjoy the smooth city soundscapes on every street corner, Experience the neon light gameplay and drop the beat with a unique gacha system!
DEEP STRATEGIC GAMEPLAY
Assemble the ultimate lineup of battle-ready heroes. Feel the thrill of combat pump through you as you protect the city from the next attack. Adapt and perfect your strategy with each turn, using your skills and wisdom to reverse a bad situation to your advantage!
Destiny awaits you in Dislyte. Join the adventure now!
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Official Website: https://dislyte.farlightgames.com/
Offers in-app Purchases
Hey Casual Gamers!
Oh yeah does it feel good to be back! I know thecasualappgamer.com has been gone for a while getting a facelift, but thankfully we are picking up right where we left off, here to give you the app reviews you deserve!
Dislyte offers modern gameplay with some of the most epic gods in mythology. Not only are they offered a new look, but accompany themselves with some rather fresh music and styles. Is it worth your casual time? Lets in the right groove and start the review
Dislyte starts off with people in the future attaining powers via a strange phenomenon know as The Miracle. This gives humans super powers akin to many of the gods of mythology. Like most people with power, there’s rifts, fights, and a strange organization that’s attempting to police the lands.
The main character is on a search to find her band mate when they run into the Esper’s Union. This starts the ball off on a not highly interesting, but compelling enough story.
Outside of the meh story, the gameplay is pretty straightforward with some rather flashy moves. While the story mode is the best way to expand and unlock more modes, the trials are where it’s at. Each Miracle comes with modes akin to AFK Arena, a really great casual app that should be checked out if it isn’t in your phone or table already.
This is where Dislyte starts to shine. It’s a bold statement, but I’m sure this casual app has better graphics than most on your phone right now. Not only is the maps detailed, most of the fighting in game is enjoyable to look at.
While it takes a while to finally get to auto attacking, special moves give off a certain flare for each Esper. The actual bosses and boss fights are visually stunning as well. Get ready to be swept away in special move poses with formidable damage output.
There’s a pretty futuristic/new-age hip vibe that’s given off. It’s a fresh look on a role playing genre that could use a good shake up.
Music & Sounds
I’m slightly torn when it comes to describing the music for Dislyte. While there’s an advisory to use headphones for a better experience, it’s up in the air on the actual soundtrack.
I’m hoping my opinion would change after progressing through the casual app, but there’s a bit of a paywall/storywall to get through in order to use many of the BGM options Dislyte offers.
Criticism aside, there’s no disappointment should you reward yourself with a listening experience of this casual app. There’s a limited use of annoying sounds, and there’s seems to be different music for each part of the game.
This is a very casual point click and awe casual app. While the action doesn’t really define a point and click life, it’s satisfying enough to roll though a story mode without having to navigate or aim.
Menu Mayhem will more than likely overload new players. There’s an insane amount of reward tracks and places that will one-shot your party should you go unprepared.
It will take some time to learn the leveling system and understanding relic equipment and upgrades. However after reaching a certain level and finding the jellies needed to boost xp, the menus become second nature.
The Power of in-app Purchases
One great thing I can say is that I’ve made no purchase on Dislyte and was still able to get my hand on a few really good Espers via the Gacha echo. Your records and Gold records is what’s needed to attain Espers via the echo. Gold helps with most upgrades and gems just seem to be in-game currency that helps with various transactions.
I do see myself playing a bit more and making a purchase eventually, but starting off there’s no real need to make any purchases.
There’s a great deal of free items to attain at the start of this casual app and the gifts start flowing once trials are unlocked and accomplished.
Overall, Dislyte is a welcomed addition to my phone. The graphics and music keeps me coming back, and there’s a huge amount of content to bite through. If you are looking for a casual app that gives off a more modern vibe Dislyte is definitely worth the download.
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Happy Gaming, and as always, keep it casual!
Dislyte Overall Rating: 4/5
Offers in-app Purchases