To say that Power Rangers, as well as their Japanese counterpart Super Sentai, were incredibly popular in the 90s is an understatement. Those shows had millions of fans, sold tons of merchandise, and had dozens of imitations and parodies. All despite, or maybe because, their simple formula, that felt more and more generic each time it was ripped off by yet another franchise.
Armello is recommended for all fans of turn-based games and especially tabletop games. A few rough edges shouldn’t dissuade you from playing this gem that has both pleasing aesthetics and engaging risk/reward gameplay.
In this game I actually feel being in charge of “humanity defense organization”, making tough choices to survive and not just participating in a Hollywood-like story (as that's how new XCOM feels like).