A charming rogue-like that can entertain in places, but too many flaws and frustrations make it wander too far from being engaging.
A unique tactical, role playing game with turn-based combat and stat enhancing headwear, yet one that can't swim away from a couple of flaws and repetition in its gameplay.
Honestly, if ICEY would just remove the meta description from it's own statements, I think players would be much more pleasantly surprised by how surreal this hack-n-slash gets when you least expect it.
For gamers who most enjoy the story telling aspect of RPGs, Regalia delivers in spades without watering down combat difficulty.
Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs brings some wonderful attention to the TRPG genre, with a couple of hiccups in terms of performance that trip, but do not stop, the Loren story.
BadLand knocks it out of the park with this intriguing, endearing and enduring roguelike that lets me beat robots to bits with a bat.
A world eclipsed by dying Titans, a young man bound to an impossibly dangerous weapon, and the very future of life itself hangs in the balance.
A frantic storm of bullets, randomly generated mayhem and upgradable goodness.
A love child of simplicity and execution.
No expertise needed to create your own epic adventures!