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TRIALS OF FIRE Reviews & Ratings
A outstanding game that is part Slay the Spire part Xcom, a lot of options and opportunities and the right punishment. A game that any DeckA outstanding game that is part Slay the Spire part Xcom, a lot of options and opportunities and the right punishment. A game that any Deck builder and Roguelike fan must play...
I used to love playing Magic The Gathering, but it become hard to keep up with the cards and find the time to play a game. I stumbled acrossI used to love playing Magic The Gathering, but it become hard to keep up with the cards and find the time to play a game. I stumbled across this in early access and have been playing it over the past couple of years as the devs and the community shaped this into one hell of a game. It was great from the get-go, now it’s pretty much spot on. I must have put in 100 hours easily and every time I play it, i learn something new, a trick, a new tactic. It’s immensely enjoyable and infinitely replayable.
Trials of Fire is a new legend for single-player strategy. Combining all the best of tactical board game combat, deck-building, and narrative, this game is a contender for best roguelikes available right now. It does have some flaws that keep me from recommending it categorically, but nothing that overwhelms the depth of strategy at play here. I have long been starved as a fan of turn-based combat, and Trials of Fire has finally erupted from the depths of the earth to satisfy that need.
Trials of Fire just has so much to offer. Addicting combat, awesome art style, old-school charm, near endless amounts of replayability, and just tons of unique options. Couple that with the option to tailor your experience to your own time limits, and there’s very little not to love. Honestly, as I said before, my sole criticism of this game is that it presents the narrative in an okay-ish format. But it’s easily forgiven with the sheer amount of everything else available.
Trials of Fire is a fantastic deck-building game. It is enhanced by also acting like a rouguelike for endless replayability, and it crafts a rich world around its characters. Trials of Fire only disappoints on one front: that the story it actually tells seems more like a teaser than an epic. While I can't complain in that it is priced like a single episode in a longer saga, I am left wanting for the rest of the saga. Maybe that's altogether not the worst thing...
|Release Date||May 3, 2019|
|Game Modes||Single player|
|Genres||Role-playing (RPG), Strategy, Indie|
|Platforms||PC (Microsoft Windows)|