Book of Demons
A nice hack and slash game with the beautiful art style and solid combat. But the card system doesn't balance decently and it makes the long-term experience boring.
Review in Chinese | Read full review
Book of Demons is hard to recommend to either casual and hardcore players. Instead of being a simpler dungeon crawling experience that newcomers could enjoy, it's instead bland and unintuitive. You're better off trying out already established ARPGs, while waiting for the upcoming releases of Diablo IV and Torchlight III that are looking to offer far more interesting gameplay.
Great Diablo tribute and parody with unique game system and cards in cute Paperverse.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
'90s-inspired, card-building hack 'n' slasher, Book of Demons, is far from a perfect game. That's not the sad thing about it, though. The sad thing is that could certainly be perfect if the developer used the full potential of this fine take on action-RPGs. Having said that, fans of the genre should definitely give it a look, if only to taste what is a labour of love that just so happens to also be technically sound.
Book of Demons brings a fresh approach to hack & slash genre and manages to introduce some new and fun mechanics. Definitely one to watch.
Review in Turkish | Read full review
for Diablo fans and gamers who are looking for similar isometric games, Book of Demons is a highly recommended and one of the best choices. Without no doubt, Book of Demons with it's unique art style and deep gameplay elements, is a worthy game. So if you are looking for a valuable isometric game like Diablo series, you shouldn't miss Book of Demons. so don't hesitate and dare to open this Book, full of Demons!
Review in Persian | Read full review
I am a collector by nature, I think on some level we all are. I collect a wide variety of stuff; from first editions to retro action figures. We collect things without even knowing it, like personal triumphs or emotional scars. Collecting them all; completing the set, can be reassuring. It’s a way to chart progress, learn valuable lessons and take control of something in this crazy world. Book Of Demons called to the collector in me.
Book of Demons is Hack-and-slash with a very particular aesthetic. The idea that it is a book is literal here, it is a world made of paper and everything has the same aesthetic. Arguably it is the paper version of Diablo. And like Diablo, his biggest problem is being repetitive. Book of Demons is a game designed for all types of players, allowing the most casual to access but ensuring a complete experience for veterans. It has an entertaining gameplay that offers you options that adjust to the time you want to dedicate to each level. And this makes a difference as a game. It is a good option to add it to your library.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Book of Demons is a clever twist on what’s admittedly a very safe genre. While everything looks to work the same as you’d expect, the card and movement systems really do change things up. Not to mention the Flexiscope system, which gives you the ultimate flexibility in playing how you want as well.