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Champions of Anteria

Rating Summary

Based on 12 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

65

Top Critic Average

8%

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General Information

Available on:PCAug 30, 2016

Developer: Blue Byte

Publisher: Ubisoft

Genres: RPG, Real-Time Strategy

Your enemies may grunt unintelligibly, but that doesn’t mean they’re stupid. Defeating these beasts will require thoughtful strategies, clever tactics, and the right combination of three Champions out of the five. Choose well, and the combined strength of your Champions’ elemental powers will carve through your enemies like a hot sword through molten lava. Choose poorly, and you’ll be monster chow. At any time, you can pause the game, switch up your tactics, and rejoin the melee without missing a beat. From parched deserts to mysterious forests, from frozen snowfields to tropical jungles, the lethally-beautiful world of Anteria invites you to blaze your own path to victory. Choose who, when, and where you’ll attack or defend on a Progression Map. Just remember that your decisions directly affect the world around you, and every action has a consequence. They’re big, they’re nasty, and they’re hoping to mince your Champions into bite-sized bits. They’re the bosses of Anteria, and you’ll need sound strategies and lightning-fast combat moves to bring them down. Change your tactics on the fly, avoid the bosses’ lethal traps, and deliver a smackdown worthy of the ages.

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Champions of Anteria Reviews

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Overall, I enjoyed my time with Champions of Anteria. The visuals are beautiful, and it's easy to see why someone high up at Ubisoft might have wanted to save the work their artists did. The game is a unique blend of genres that I haven't seen attempted anywhere else, and it gets more right than it does wrong. I don't think it's necessarily for everyone, but there's a free demo available if you'd like to try it out and see if it's something you'd enjoy.

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This game mixes perfectly strategy with role playing. Its progression system is very complete and the story that it features is funny and interesting.

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Champions of Anteria is a good example of how to combine management phases and action-RPG sections without altering either of the two.

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Champions of Anteria delivers a light-hearted fantasy romp with solid strategy elements, but a lack of content beneath surface level means the game lacks that special something.

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