Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble
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Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble surpasses both its predecessor and the recent Wargroove to become the number one Advance Wars clone available on Switch right now.
Area 35 offers you a quality experience with Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble. It's full of content and you will spend tens of hours if not more than a hundred hours on it.
Tiny Metal: Full Rumble checks off a lot of elements that I’ve been wanting in a turned based strategy. With the variety of troops and scenarios available, it’s something that is easy to get into but it’s hard to master as there’s no cushion for the punishment you’ll receive if you are not careful. Great to play on both a TV and on the go, lovers of the style have plenty to enjoy with this one!
The best Advance Wars clone so far on the Switch, with tons of content, accessible controls, and deceptively deep gameplay.
Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble is a turn-based strategy game for the Nintendo Switch that follows its predecessor from two years ago and which improves on pretty much every aspect possible. With its in-depth offer of strategic gameplay options, large amount of content and very strong technical execution, Full Metal Rumble is a marvel of a game that also acts as a tribute to the games that inspired it.
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Advance Wars may have fallen into the archives of history and left some rather big shoes to fill however Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble exceeded my expectations in every way and comes the closest we have ever seen to another release whilst standing firmly on its own two feet unashamedly its own entity.
Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble is an impressive SRPG with rewarding gameplay, fun online multiplayer, and loads of replay value.
I have appreciated my time with Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble...with the depth of strategy, and wide array of missions to choose from, there is plenty of fun to be found in this not so tiny entry into the turn-based strategy genre.
Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble is a great improvement on its predecessor Tiny Metal.
They've addressed a few complaints about the game, especially in handheld mode for me, which is pretty impressive for a year and a half turnaround between games. If the initial load and maps themselves weren't so long as to make it a chore to play in bursts, this could be an all timer. It's not a general, but sometimes you need staff sergeants.