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Masters of Anima

Focus Home Interactive, Passtech Games
Apr 10, 2018 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

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Critics Recommend

8 / 10
IGN Italy
7 / 10
IGN Spain
6.8 / 10
God is a Geek
5 / 10
Windows Central
4.5 / 5
8 / 10
4.5 / 5
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Critic Reviews for Masters of Anima

Masters of Anima is a lot of fun to play. The combat and puzzles are both challenging and keep you learning as you progress through the story. The characters themselves are incredibly well written and charming with the regional accents adding a lot of charm to the feel of the game. While the controls are a little complicated at first, they feel incredible once you've mastered them, with nothing quite beating summoning a new group of units seconds after unsummoning them to dodge an attack. Despite the game's pacing feeling a little off at times, Masters of Anima takes a solid formula and adds its own twist in order to deliver something that is entirely its own, wonderful, entity.

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A somehow limited in scope, yet interesting videogame which would please players who liked Pikmin and Overlord.

Review in Italian | Read full review

The studio Passtech Games has wanted to get into a free slot and little frequented in consoles, the RTS genre. Masters of Anima is played very well with the consoles controlller and it works perfectly in all versions. But this game is missing more ambition, duration, content and opportunities.

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There was potential here, but Masters of Anima is ultimately a bit of a letdown.

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A unique top-down hack-and-slash RPG that stands out completely from the crowd.

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A beautiful game with a simple, engrossing theme running throughout it all. You might think you've seen something like Masters of Anima before, but it has more to offer than it would seem at first glance.

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Ultimately, this is a game that came out of nowhere to take me on a surprise journey I never imagined I'd want to be on and I loved every second of it.

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…there isn't really much story beyond: Fight the bad guys taking over the world, and get the pretty girl back.

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