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As Far as The Eye review

With two inelegant tutorials and play that seems soothing but can be surprisingly strenuous, As Far as The Eye often dares you to like it. There are several strong reasons tolerant players might. The “eye” ...

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Defend the Rook review

By Rogue or Rook, clear out waves of spawning enemies with your adventuring party in this intermittently clever departure from more turn-based tactical titles. Occasionally, the language that developers use to describe their game isn’t ...

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Hero’s Hour review

Ubisoft let the Heroes of Might and Magic franchise tumble into obscurity. Fortunately, Copenhagen-based Benjamin Hauer revisits turn-based, map-roaming conquering, adding real-time battles, and a heap of chaos into the proceedings. An appreciation for uncertainty ...

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Jupiter Hell review

DoomRL demonstrated that Doom could be turned into a rewarding turn-based tactical game. But when the lawyers started sending cease-and-desist warnings, the developers moved the action to another planet. Jupiter Hell retains the look and ...

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Quinterra (Early Access) preview

The best Early Access titles feel virtually complete. Built on seemly solid foundations, these games might need just a bit of additional substance before making the leap toward a final retail build. Then, there’s a ...

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Crown Trick review

While the try, die, repeat cycle feels familiar, the rest of Crown Trick’s execution is unique. Fans of turn-based title should appreciate the sense of dominance that comes with the powers of defeated foes and ...

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Runestone Keeper review

Runestone Keeper is ideal for when you want a dungeon-delving, monster-murdering, experience but don’t have hours to spare. While the board-game like approach doesn’t offer much storytelling, the traditional role-playing dilemmas are here in condensed ...

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Sentinels of Freedom review

As another multimedia spin-off, Sentinels of Freedom has its moments, but it’s also best enjoyed by fans of the property. If you’re here seeking turn-based action with heroes, you might want to familiarize yourself with ...

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