Games on Android continue to get bigger and more elaborate. One of the top developers leading the way in less-than-casual gaming on the mobile platform is Idea Factory (together with Hyperbox Studio). Previously, the company released Spectral Souls, a 1GB RPG for $15 that promised hundreds of hours of gameplay (as any decent RPG would). Today, the similarly priced, and even larger 1.2GB sequel lands on the Play Store: Blazing Souls Accelate.

The game packs everything you'd expect in a high-end RPG. Impressive graphics and animations, a free-roaming world, item upgrades, modifications, and crafting, and even a Pokémon system the ability to capture monsters and have them fight for you. As a bonus, it's optimized for the Xperia Play and has support for key mapping, in case you'd like to use your keyboard instead. Everyone else will be using touchscreen controls.

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Blazing Souls is clearly not for the casual gamer. At $15, it's attempting to go head-to-head with the likes of Final Fantasy III. This is a bid for pro-level territory here. Plus, this is a sequel, which implies that the previous version did well enough to continue the business model. The upwards trend for high-profile Android development is an encouraging one.

Just make sure you're on WiFi when you download this one.