City of Brass
Top Critic Average
Developer: Uppercut Games
Genres: Roguelike, Action
There's no doubt that City of Brass is meant to be punishing. But between its ungainly controls, its inability to stave off a sense of tedious repetition, and spirit-breaking lack of progression, it feels far less fair and more painful than its rogue-lite brethren. Its superficial use of the Arabian Nights folklore, combined with its monotonous design and reliance on exotic cliche, make it as uninteresting to experience as it is excruciating to endure.
City of Brass is a good dungeon crawler, with some of its best moments and mechanics derived from its rendition of an Arabian Nights theme. While its repetitive scenery and uneven presentation are noticeable tarnishes on its sheen, the satisfying combat and well-balanced difficulty curve will keep you going back for more.
Free PC Game Available Right Now Through Epic Games Store
The first-person dungeon crawler City of Brass, from the studio composed of ex-Bioshock developers, is now free to download through the Epic Games Store.
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Rime is now free on the Epic Games Store
Followed by City of Brass on May 30
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City of Brass is the next Epic Games Store freebie
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City of Brass gets classy and characterful in a big update
City of Brass got a good chunk broader today, as the Fortune's Rivals update added two new playable characters with unique weapons to bother the undead with.
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