A fun RPG that doesn't take itself too seriously, giving an honest homage to the genre's storied roots.
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An exciting remake that recalls a sense of fun by injecting the right amount of "new" into what made the original a classic.
Fans of this archaic throwback to Wizardry dungeon crawling of old may enjoy the nostalgia captured here, but those craving story and more engaging gameplay best look elsewhere.
A fun strategy RPG that offers something for everyone but lacks an enjoyable story, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics assumes players are fans of the original movie, which is absolutely required viewing to get the most out of this game.
An incredibly addictive gameplay experience that ropes you in, dazzling you with its unique world and storytelling, that you will quickly lose sleep over.
A welcome enhancement to a BioWare classic that is worth revisiting if you can see past its aged look, but consoles may not be the best format.
An unfortunate failure to launch that suffers under the weight of its well-intended gameplay.
Although the story and characters are nothing new to RPGs, the strategy gameplay systems truly stand out in their seemingly simple execution.
In this way, I would argue Left Alive is the purest survival game ever: if you can play to the end, you can survive anything.
The definitive return to a heartfelt classic in the Final Fantasy series.