The Warlock of Firetop Mountain may not be a perfect game, but speaking from the heart it manages to create something special and unique in a world full of overblown AAA fantasy titles. Warlock has tons of heart and style and comes highly recommended.
Despite its flaws, Okhlos is still a blast. A game like this thrives in small bursts, and making this a rogue-like was the perfect way to present it. There are no blanket statements I can make about Okhlos except that it’s all about destruction. How you choose to play, haphazard or with more finesse is up to you. You may not sink a million hours into it, but there’s enough game here to make you feel satisfied and coming back every now and again.