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  1. Rogue is excellent. It's old style Assassin's Creed, but it's easily one of the better ones. It condenses a lot of chaff and it makes for a much better experience.
  2. Key Features A procedurally generated adventure. The entire kingdom changes with every life, so no two runs are the same. Rogue-lite. Build your manor, improve your legacy, and make each child stronger than the last. The game can be beaten at level 1, but that doesn’t mean it has to. Universal Healthcare. Every child is unique. Some might have Synethesia, others might be a pacifist, and some could just be a little chubby. Through the powers of Socialism, traits which have more debilitating effects on gameplay now give gold bonuses! Castle Permanence. It’s a rogue-like where bosses stay dead. Every class (and there’s a lot!) now have their own unique set of armaments. Take down foes from afar with your bow as the nimble Ranger, or get up and close with the massive Battleaxe as the Barbarian. Stack Runes. Runes can now stack to infinity. It’ll take a while, but if you wanted to have penta jump, and lifesteal, and hyperspeed you can! And there’s a whole lot more. But we’re working on it, and we’d still like to keep a few secrets in our back pocket.
  3. Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark Price: £19.99 (ish - varies on which store) Genre: SRPG Metacritic: 86% This has quite possibly the worst title for a game, ever. Seriously - it's awful. But as far as turned based SRPG's go, it's really good. It's Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, basically. But as Square show little interest in bringing that back, this will have to do. The story is generic as they come (An Immortal Council choose you as an agent to bring peace to the land...), but it plays a really decent turned based game. Combat is pretty straightforward, but there's a great job tree and character creation and customisation tools and I've spent far too long making characters for my squad. Some of the later classes look massively overpowered, but it'll take a while to get to them. Honestly, the only reason I'm making this thread is because the game reminds me so much of FFTA with bits of Disgaea thrown in. I bought the Switch version yesterday (40% off in the sale this week!) and I've out about 4 hours in since. There seems to be such a shortage of good turn based SRPGs recently, that I thought I'd share the love.
  4. There's a free demo on the eshop if you want to give it a try. And a demo for Deemo (which is by the same people and is also on sale).
  5. I'll have finished my Season 1-12 run-through by then. It's annoying, but it still makes great background TV.
  6. The first Rogue Legacy is still my favourite roguelike. I own it on 3 different platforms. I'm all in for the sequel when it's released.
  7. Lots of people are going to be very, very short of cash in the next few weeks. For many, a game purchase will be the last things on their minds.
  8. Eurogamer Recommended - looks like you made the right choice! https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2020-03-31-in-other-waters-review
  9. mdn2

    Nintendo Switch

    The sale is on until 19th April anyway, so you should be ok waiting till you get your console.
  10. Bought Fell Seal as well at 40% off. Been waiting for a sale on that. I think I need to stop now.
  11. Just checked on the eshop itself. It isn't.
  12. mdn2

    Nintendo Switch

    It's like XCom-lite. It's turn based strategy. It's really good.
  13. Right, bought Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales, Amnesia Collection, To The Moon and Wulverblade. Should keep me quiet. Edit: Bought Kunai as well.
  14. Wulverblade is £2.99. Got to be worth a punt at that price, right? And for those who don't have it yet, Katamari is half price.
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