Masters of Anima

Passtech Games, Focus Home Interactive

Fair Man
OpenCritic Rating
74
Top Critic Average
53%
Critics Recommend
Based on 43 critic reviews
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Masters of Anima

Rating Summary

Based on 43 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

74

Top Critic Average

53%

Critics Recommend

Based on 43 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Apr 10, 2018
Xbox OneApr 10, 2018
PCApr 10, 2018
Nintendo SwitchApr 10, 2018

Developer: Passtech Games

Publisher: Focus Home Interactive

Genre: Strategy

Masters of Anima is an original adventure game that takes you deep into the magical world of Spark. Battle against the forces of evil in strategic, action-packed battles, where making tactical decisions quickly is vital. Summon and control large armies of up to 100 Guardians, thanks to intuitive and innovative gameplay.

Play as Otto, an apprentice of Anima gifted with incredible powers and aspire to the rank of Master to finally marry your betrothed Ana - captive of the terrible Zahr and his fearsome Golems!

Use the powers of Anima to summon an army of magical Guardians. During your adventure, learn to control new types of Guardians, each with their own unique abilities useful for exploring the world of Spark, as well as for taking down formidable bosses on your way. Acquire new powers for both yourself and your Guardians, and become a true Master of Anima.

Save your fiancée - and maybe even the world while you’re at it!

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TheSixthAxis

8 / 10
TheSixthAxis

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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IGN Italy

7 / 10.0
IGN Italy

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

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IGN Spain

6.8 / 10.0
IGN Spain

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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God is a Geek

5 / 10.0
Mick Fraser

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

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