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Feudal Alloy is an unique game created only by two indie developers. The game is certainly not flawless, but we're still talking about a very good Metroidvania, which you'll doubtlessly enjoy. This robotic adventure is at times so enjoyable, that you'll even overlook some of its obvious problems.
Review in Czech | Read full review
All downsides considered, Feudal Alloy is still a fully functional game. The game runs silky smooth in almost every scenario, the medieval landscapes look nice despite suffering from a lack of variety, and combat can be challenging at times due to inclusion of the cooling mechanic. All classic Metroidvania traversal mechanics are here, but little is done beyond providing that baseline of perks. A fun, lighthearted story with an endearing leading fish is set up, but is not fleshed out enough to really amount to anything in the end. All systems work, but many are marred by questionable design decisions (like the gear and talent tree issues). Simply put, Feudal Alloy does little to truly excite a Metroidvania fan outside of its unique aesthetic, and no amount of love for fish-piloted robots will change that. It is still a decent buy if you’re fresh out of Metroidvanias, however.
Good Czech Metroidvania game with original main character and solid gameplay.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
Feudal Alloy is a strange metroidvania, made by robot, goldfishes and with an unique Middle Age style.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Make no mistake: while it certainly doesn't redefine the genre, Feudal Alloy is an incredibly strong second title from Attu Games. It abides by genre conventions with a style that is all its own, nearly flawless gameplay, and an injection of strategy sorely missing from most Metroidvanias.
Feudal Alloy really doesn't do anything impressive or attracting besides a unique art style that unfortunately isn't explored enough.