A simple and no-frills action/RPG that ticks all the boxes, so you can keep clicking the monsters.
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Supergiant has crafted another beautiful game, this time a story-laden roguelite that demands dozens of hours to fully experience.
A worthy homage to the early Mega Man games, but some aspects of retro design would be better left in the old days
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A fantastic cooperative experience that delves deep into one narrow corner of fantasy tropes – the dwarven love of hard work and pretty rocks.
Inject some much-needed adrenaline and storytelling into the tactics milieu, even if the campaign wears out its welcome
Innovative mechanics make a strong first impression, but the action, music, and bombastic tone of the narrative all wear thin after a few hours
Cutesy and clever, this repeatable adventure captures many of the addictive qualities that made its inspirations into phenomena
Too much grinding and a limited array of tactical options hold the game back
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