Another worthy addition in the tactical turn-based dungeon crawler family.
A rogulite deckbuilder from the guy who gave us Magic the Gathering
An incredible title that focuses on the sense of adventure that comes with big, world-saving, quests, although with some limitations caused by its Early Access nature.
Certain elements of the game blend decently well together, such as the writing, voice-acting, and comic book aesthetic. Other parts, like the music and character management, don’t mix in as well.
The experience of Monster Train is somewhat contradictory, as the gameplay can be addictive, but there’s also little reason to repeatedly play it.
Pick a team of three heroes who will save the world of quickly-spreading corruption turn-based style. Arthurian Legend meets Lovecraftian horrors.
With a name like Ol=Ohma I’d expect them to be the major villain lol
This intriguing strategy game inadvertently shoots itself in the foot when it comes to holding players’ attention, as progression comes at the price of anything interesting you obtained.
Having to puzzle out all of the game’s mechanics on your own is quite a hindrance for a puzzle game with such particular mechanics and rules.
Hmm… you look different. Did you do something to your hair?