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Combining strategy, procedural-generation, and survival, Finji's Overland is a challenging, memorable trip across post-apocalyptic America.
Overland's cleverly concise spin on turn-based strategy, along with its great sense of style, make for a rewarding, high-stakes game that's easy to lose yourself in.
Overland is a simple but effective survival game that evokes elements of the genre's best and puts them to good use
Overland is a strategy horror roguelike that's as difficult as it is rewarding. Its storytelling and presentation rivals the AAA sphere and raises the bar for what indie horror games can be.
Overland's road trip is harsh and unforgiving, as a roguelike should be, but sometimes it rubs too much salt in the wound.
Because of the unforgiving difficulty of some levels, Overland might not bring a pleasant experience for all the players. On the other hand, its creative art style, unique atmosphere, and exciting gameplay all cause you not to be able to take your hands off of the game; Even when finishing the journey of game characters seems impossible.
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Overland is a good roguelike turn-based strategy, despite some defects and deficiencies it can satisfy those looking for a challenging and potentially endless game.
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A post apocalyptic road trip with more stops than starts.
Overland is a strange mix of stellar art direction, smart and simple design matched with often arbitrary difficulty.
Overland is another survival roguelike adventure which due to the high difficulty, restrictions and too high level of randomness causes the disappointment. You do not learn from your mistakes, because there can be no mistakes in a situation where your car is almost immediately surrounded by enemies on all sides, and you do not even have a stick for self-defense. When your van explodes in a collision with a flimsy wooden barrier, and monsters climb out of the ground by the dozens. Throughout the journey, you don't see the progress of your team, and the system creates situations from which there is simply no way out. Of course, you can roll the dice, restarting the stages long enough to get the best conditions, but this will not be your merit or the result of labor.
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