Jupiter Hell – Review

Jupiter Hell – Review

It is interesting to see games contaminating each other, even though different genres. At times it feels like the equivalent of a cinematic universe, like “what if we get a turn-based RPG but with Doom”? But that was a different game, instead, what about a 90s FPS-like narrative in a turn-based action game with RPG elements? Well, that is what Jupiter Hell is here to provide us. Let us rip and tear through it.

The Classical and The Modern Roguelikes

The Classical and The Modern Roguelikes

There’s been a lot of discussions, lately, as to the precise definition of the term Roguelike. The often-asked question is whether the modern games bear any resemblance to the original classics. There were, of course, many attempts to nail down the exact features of the genre. Procedural generation, grid-based movement and turn-based combat are often at the top of such lists.