The great worldbuilding and extensive side quests make this game more enjoyable than I thought.
A tense, eerie and claustrophobic space adventure which can be slow at times but your patience is rewarded with an interesting story.
How can an indie game from a young new developer do EVERY front of WW2 when most of the big names can’t even do a fraction of that?
Although there are some charming ideas and enjoyable moments in the story, the gameplay falls short of the Zelda style it so heavily mimics.
An enjoyable action brawler game that, unfortunately, lacks any complexity or replay value.
A beautiful narrative point-and-click with vibrant visuals.
Axis Operation – 1940 bursts onto the scene and provides a thrilling experience of a DLC that finally lives up to the legacy set by Panzer Corps 2’s original release.
An Early Access 2D soulslike/metroidvania with a mouthful of a name commonly seen in JRPG’s, but don’t let that put you off.
Consult the stars and heed well the words of your elders in the Brotherhood to divine the eldritch lore necessary to operate the interface of this game.
I’m not sure what others see in this game as it’s incredibly short, unfunny, and boring. Perhaps I should look in a mirror, but I suggest looking elsewhere for a better game.