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Operencia: The Stolen Sun – Review

Operencia: The Stolen Sun is a dungeon crawler. The heyday of this genre was in early 90-s when graphics became elaborate enough to create captivating visuals, but CPU struggled drawing something in f...

8 Great
Thea 2: The Shattering Review

Thea 2: The Shattering – Review

Thea 2: The Shattering is a hybrid of game genres. You could call it turn-based or survival. Maybe even RPG. It is tactical and it is rogue-like. Managing all these at once is a delicate dance. Even m...

8.5 Great

Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark – Review

Rumors about the absence of strategy games on consoles are greatly exaggerated. Of course, gamepad is not the best device to control many units at once, but if the game is turn-based and army size is ...

7.5 Good

Grimshade – Review

“The odds are against us” The story of this game come from afar. It was may 2018 when Talerock decided to lunch a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for the game, but at that time Grimsha...

6 Fair
Pillars of Eternity II with turn-based mode

Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire (with turn-based combat) – Review

You enter the dungeon. You see an intricate ancient relic. What do you do? Roll for perception check. Personally, I never played table-top RPGs. Maybe that’s why “magic” of such games as Baldur’s Gate...

8.5 Great

Wargroove – Review

A small review for a “small” game War, war never changes… Yeah, I know this is not exactly the beginning of this story, but Fallout isn’t the only game that starts from a war! ...

8 Great
The Bard's Tale

The Bard’s Tale IV – Review

After +50 hours of play, here’s my review for the turn-based dungeon crawler The Bard’s Tale IV. The Bard’s Tale IV is the successor of the famous series launched in 1985 by Interpla...

8 Great

ATOM RPG – Review

Many game developers around the world are fascinated with the post-apocalyptic setting. But dilapidated buildings, rusty cars carcasses and the whole theme of wasteland on the ruins of civilization ho...

7.8 Good
Jagged Alliance: Rage Title Screen

Jagged Alliance: Rage! – Review

Do you believe, that our name shapes our destiny? Some PR-managers do. They gave name Jagged Alliance to another stealth turn-based tactics made by a small mobile games development team, expecting JA ...

6 Fair
Deep Sky Derelicts

Deep Sky Derelicts – Review

Deep Sky Derelicts is a rogue-like set in the far, dystopian future when only a fraction of humanity living a lush life on planets. Others have to scrape for a living on countless space stat...

7.5 Good
Hex Gambit multiplayer turn-based tactical game

Hex Gambit – Review

Hex Gambit is one of the cleverest games I have played in a long time. This turn-based arena strategy game is incredibly deep with its multitude of units and tactics. The feeling of satisfaction by ou...

Achtung! Cthulhu Tactics gameplay

Achtung! Cthulhu Tactics – Review

This game is one of those that people talk about, saying “they had potential”. I mean, seriously, Lovecraftian Mythos, Occult Nazi Division, Allies’ Supernatural Elite Force – all mixed in one s...

4 Poor
Mad Crown Turn-based Tactics

Mad Crown – Review

Mad Crown is a turn-based RPG with roguelike elements – sounds good I hear you cry!! Well… The story is set in a post-apocalyptic dystopian mutie-punk world of scavengers, looters, mutants &...

7 Good
For the King Pc Review

For the King – Review

For the King by IronOak successfully combines the genres of a tactical turned-based, rogue-like, and board game experience that offers five different and randomly generated scenarios that can not only...

9 Amazing
Blood Card

Blood Card – Review

Defeat comes often in Blood Card, but with every defeat comes a determination to get just a bit farther on the next run. A deckbuilding game with roguelike elements, Pixel Cattle’s Blood Card is unfor...

8 Great

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