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Class of Heroes 1 & 2: Complete Edition

Zerodiv, PQube
Apr 26, 2024 - PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, PC
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65

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Shacknews
7 / 10
Pure Nintendo
4 / 10
PSX Brasil
70 / 100
Digitally Downloaded
4 / 5
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Critic Reviews for Class of Heroes 1 & 2: Complete Edition

Back on PSP, I loved playing the Class of Heroes games. They scratched a similar itch as series like Etrian Odyssey and Wizardry at the time. Nowadays there are many more cool and interesting DRPGs, such as NIS’ Labyrinth series and everything Experience, Inc. has done since then. But due to their cutesy charm, silly attitude and surprisingly treacherous dungeons, Class of Heroes stands out to this day. If you like to set up your own party of weirdos based on your own granular choices, then bash them against endless waves of monsters and traps for the sake of loot and progress, you can’t go wrong with Class of Heroes 1 & 2 Complete Edition.

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Class of Heroes 1&2: Complete Edition brings the turn-based, PSP dungeon crawlers Class of Heroes: Anniversary Edition and Class of Heroes 2G: Remaster Edition to the Switch, but not in a way that's accessible or fun. You have better options. Use them.

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More than fifteen years later, the Class of Heroes franchise shows resilience, even though, by re-releasing old games and not moving forward with new games, it also shows its age.

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There’s really not much else I can say about Class of Heroes 1 & 2: Complete Edition. You’ll need to love old school dungeon crawlers like Wizardry to get much out of these games, and if you do like those kinds of games you know that you’ll love these (and you would have likely played them on the PSP before anyway). There’s nothing wrong with any of this. It’s pure comfort food for the genre faithful, and it’s a particularly generous and well-layered slice of cake.

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