In the end, it doesn't even matter that the gameplay here is so good and delightfully complex. Pox Nora on PlayStation 4 is a failure in execution rather than concept; an excellent card and strategy game that few will likely stick with because of the frankly unacceptable technical issues. Even frame rate issues could be overlooked, but parts of the UI failing part way through matches rendering them unplayable and the usual F2P always online syndrome casts a dark shadow over the rest of the game. Maybe just play it on PC instead.
Pox Nora will not starve you for content.
Pox Nora is a fun game with a solid 2D art style and interesting gameplay mechanics.
All in all "Pox Nora" gives a dynamic and detailed environment which sets for exhilarating combat and enjoyable gameplay with different races and units with unique abilities. It's a great catch for people who enjoy strategy online multiplayer games though inexperienced players may struggle with the complicated UI
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Pox Nora is one of those titles that is really hard to describe in a few sentences, because it draws from a handful of different gaming genres and manages to blend them into something that as a whole is rather unique. Having been out on PC for a few years now, Pox Nora makes its way to consoles and while it does show some of its age, the overall strategy behind the engine still works pretty well.