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Triangle Strategy Trailers
TRIANGLE STRATEGY - Final Trailer - Nintendo Switch
TRIANGLE STRATEGY - Character & Story Trailer #3: Benedict Pascal - Nintendo Switch
TRIANGLE STRATEGY - Character & Story Trailer #2: Frederica Aesfrost - Nintendo Switch
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Critic Reviews for Triangle Strategy
Playing Triangle Strategy’s battles is probably the easiest and most carefree part of the experience. There’s a lot of fun in strategizing and watching your characters’ abilities shine, and I loved outsmarting the competition. The hardest part of the journey is the choices alongside the bleak realities it makes you confront about injustices of the world. The game has multiple endings, letting you pick your vision for the future. Even with my ending, which was one for a much more idealized, compassionate world, I was left a little disheartened. But, maybe, that’s the point. And for that, Triangle Strategy isn’t like most games you’ll play, which is what makes it special, even if it’s not always perfect in the delivery of its harsh truths.
Triangle Strategy is an amazing game, but it could be even better if it managed to get rid of the need to spin a classic plot within the JRPG genre. Its mechanics completely eclipse everything that wants to tell us; how you play is a thousand times better than what you play for: the playable synergies between two characters are more stimulating than their dialogues and the pace of the combats is much better measured than that of their conversations.
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