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Necronator: Dead Wrong

Toge Productions, Modern Wolf
Jul 30, 2020 - PC
Worth Playing
6 / 10
Gamer's Palace
61 / 100
IGN Korea
82 / 100
Area Xbox
7.2 / 10
65 / 100
7.5 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Necronator: Dead Wrong

In a few months, Necronator: Dead Wrong could be a solid addition to the Slay the Spire-inspired card builder roguelike genre. As it stands now, it doesn't have the polish or content to stand out. The visuals are nice, the humor is amusing, and there's a lot of potential here, but the game is still obviously in production. Considering the glut of similar games on the market, Necronator isn't worth picking up until it has all of its playable characters. I'd like to be more positive about it, but I can only judge the game as it is, not as it will be. In a few months, I hope that most of my complaints will be addressed, but until then, I'd recommend finding a more complete game to play.

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Necronator: Dead Wrong hasn't evolved as much as I would like it to. Mirabella's deck is much more balanced and useful than the other protagonist's, and at times, the game unfolds its full potential here. There's a lot of things to be frustrated at still and fairness isn't always a thing. Necronator shows typical weaknesses of procedurally generated games and also the technical issues haven't been fixed completely. It's fun again and again, but also the frustration comes back.

Review in German | Read full review

Necronator: Dead Wrong is a simplified real-time strategy (RTS) simulator. At first you’d think that this looks similar to a typical tower defence game. But honestly, even if you think this way, you would get your ways around playing this game. Since strategy is key, you cannot just spam the most strongest units until the end. Basic understanding of taking one step back to advance more steps is somewhat required. The downside is, once the fundamentals are mastered, most of the later stages become repetitive. Thankfully, developers are considering more playable contents so look out for those updates in the near future.

Review in Korean | Read full review

Despite some very minor shortcomings, the entertaining writing and engaging visual flair elevates the game's experimental gameplay combination of addictive deck-building and unpredictable real-time strategy. Cute and colourful, Necronator: Dead Wrong is one unique strategy experience you won't soon forget.

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Area Xbox

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7.2 / 10.0
Area Xbox

This card and strategy game becomes really addictive really fast it has a nice mix of genres into it to keep you coming for more. Although it doesn’t innovate as a roguélike you’ll have a good time with it’s humor.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

Necronator: Dead Wrong is a tower defense with deck building and spectacular visuals. It is worth playing now, but the content may fall short. Future content will continue to polish the game, and the end result will be even better.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

Necronator: Dead Wrong is a tactical and card title with great ideas. The curious combination of real-time strategy, deck building and troop management creates interesting situations in agile battles in small maps. There are good possibilities when building the commander's arsenal with cards, relics and powers, and new options are constantly appearing. However, unpleasant peaks of difficulty, too simple battles and limited variety of content hinder the experience. In the end, Necronator is a fun strategy game, but one that doesn't fully explore its own potential.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

Necronator: Dead Wrong is a good recommendation to anyone looking for a casual game to play, and thanks to its low requirements it’ll run on just about any computer they may happen to have.

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