Neoverse

Tinogames Inc., Tinogames Inc.

Fair Man
OpenCritic Rating
72
Top Critic Average
43%
Critics Recommend
Based on 7 critic reviews
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Neoverse

Rating Summary

Based on 7 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

72

Top Critic Average

43%

Critics Recommend

Based on 7 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:PCFeb 18, 2020
Xbox OneDec 17, 2020

Developer: Tinogames Inc.

Publisher: Tinogames Inc.

Genres: Action, RPG, Strategy, Roguelike, Turn-Based Strategy

NEOVERSE is a time warping multiverse game consisting of thrilling adventures that are packed with great and exciting challenges; combining roguelite, deck building, strategy gameplay all in one. It puts your skills to the test. Set off on an adventure with unique heroes to save the living realms regardless of time and space. “Be the savior of Neoverse” -Create your own Strategy with 300 cards and over 100 skills -Choose from 3 charismatic characters, each with their own unique abilities and specialities. -Over 70 types of Monsters that need to be defeated in order to save the world, each with their different patterns -Multiple skill Combinations for each Hero -Master challenging levels for more Sophisticated Gamers “Start your journey across time and space to save Neoverse” -Experience Different combinations by using new cards each time you play -Your future destinations will depend on every decisions you make -Plots and enemies dodging over the past, the future and beyond are legendary tales yet to be told. “Endless gaming experience” -Strategy Customization is key to saving the Neoverse -Auto-draw system for remaining cards -Weave your talent tree and create your own skill combination -Switch between various gear options to master your game “Become who you want to be” -Unlock the DLC and have even more fun throughout the Neoverse -Customize your character to merge into your unique role as a Hero “Transcend Time and Space by becoming a time traveling Hero” Immerse yourself on your journey through Neoverse, your problems, your joy - all these things become one, and you will find yourself transcended to the future.

Neoverse Critic Reviews

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Neoverse dispenses with story (and a perhaps more-important tutorial) to get players straight into the action, trusting them to figure out the game's intricacies on their own. Those with the patience to learn Neoverse will be rewarded by its amazingly deep, fun, and varied gameplay. With three very different characters to choose from, and a mountain of systems and modes, Neoverse is one of the most addictive deck builders I've played.

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The problem is that for all of Neoverse's merits - it's a good looking game, with good, balanced mechanics and excellent replay value - it's also ultimately unsatisfying to play. The narrative context is only ever a tease, and without a reason to get into all those fights and collect all those cards, Neoverse ultimately feels hollow. I'll keep Neoverse around for five-minute time-filler play sessions here and there, but I'm ultimately disappointed with this game. It could have easily been so much more than this.

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If it sounds like I didn’t enjoy Neoverse, I actually did. It’s a clone, sure, but it’s a well made clone of an already great game. Beyond some balancing issues, there really isn’t much wrong with Neoverse. It’s just that the successful aspects of Neoverse (and there are plenty) have already been discussed ad nauseam when Slay the Spire released; they aren’t worth mentioning. As it is, Neoverse stands as a solid alternative with a bit of balancing issues and a different art style. It’s simple as that.

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Neoverse doesn’t have a reason why these women jump through portals to fight monsters, but who cares with a deckbuilding roguelike system this addictive. Its high difficulty will force you to stay on your toes, but there’s enough here to keep playing for hours. Still, if you can’t get past the lack of narrative, uninspired rewards, and design, then you might want to play something else.

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NEOVERSE Teaser for STEAM

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