For those who are into turn games and mechs, this game will definitely pique your interest and satisfy your fancy. And especially for those who are into challenges, this game will definitely challenge your brain to outwit your opponent before you fail one of those bonus missions. Though, if you're looking for something a little more story-based, you may want to look somewhere else as there is no linear path of story for Into the Breach.
Frankly, it’s saving graces are undoubtedly the graphics and its overall atmosphere. Other than that, I wouldn’t say that the game is something you’d get pumped over with the adrenaline of violence and the satisfaction of victory. It’s more of the “I need to get out of here, I need to get out of here!” kind of feeling. And for those of you who are extremely spiritual and religious, then this will probably give you nightmares. This game is definitely not meant for those who have an eidetic memory or who have sleeping problems.
It’s not exactly a game I would recommend to beginners. Most especially those who are just starting out. This game requires heavy thinking and is not meant for burning up time or mindless playing. It’s like playing digital chess except with a lot more micromanagement. Though, if you want something more appealing, I may have to suggest the Total War Warhammer game over this one.