Not the best FPS roguelike due it's control problems and the difficulty spikes randomly shown. Also, it's not the prettiest game out...
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Don't let Polygod's low-poly aesthetic fool you - this is no amateur hour shooter experience.
Polygod definitely holds some potential, but is lacklustre in its current state.
It takes a certain level of mastery to avoid falling victim to the problems that follow rogue-likes with randomly generated content. With Polygod's repetitive nature and overall simplistic gameplay, though, it shows that this simply isn't at that level.
While there are some interesting aspects of Polygod to explore, I more often wanted to just stop playing than go back in to explore more.
Polygod then is going to test your metal in every sense of the word and should you want a hardcore rogue challenge you’re not going to go wrong here. Krafted Games have um, crafted an experience that is partly ridiculous, partly wonderful and altogether just tough as balls.
Polygod isn't a game that I'd find myself revisiting any time soon, ultimately it's just not for me, although there are definitely fans out there who are dying for this type of game and I feel that this will be just the thing that they have been looking for. All in all Polygod isn't a bad game, I do see potential in it, but I feel it has some changes to make before it will reach that potential and truly shine. Just because it's not for me, doesn't mean you won't enjoy it, so please give Polygod a chance before forming any opinions yourself of this game as it can be quite hectic and enjoyable at times.