Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times Reviews
Hordes of enemies, hundreds of items, and numerous dungeons aren't enough to prevent Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times from becoming all too repetitive after only a few hours of play.
Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times follows up on the previous game and improves on several points, including its plot and the random reward system at the end of each level, which acts as quite a strong motivator to find out what will happen next. The experience ends up feeling worse when played on the Nintendo Switch screen though, due to the small size of its text and despite the touch screen controls. Some flaws in the combat system make the experience less stellar but nevertheless, this new game in the Warhammer series is definitely on the right path.
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Despite being late to the war-torn party, the Nintendo Switch version of Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times is still a robust and enjoyable turn-based dungeon crawler that benefits from having its roots in mobile gaming. Years of updates mean new players have access to a lot of content, but tactically it becomes a little stale once you learn to exploit its easily-manipulated levelling system. Still, if you're a fan of the Warhammer universe then this game does manage to tickle an itch that only dungeon-based loot drops can scratch.
Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times is simple and relaxing turn-based strategy. It missed however all the things marketing said. It's not demanding, it doesn't require tactical approach and it's not what I'd recommend to a hardcore genre fan. It's just a port of a simple game, a good port, but limited nonetheless.
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