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Broken Roads - Review @ GamingBolt

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by RPGWatch, Apr 15, 2024.

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    [​IMG]GamingBolt reviewed Broken Roads:

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    Broken Roads Review - The Final Verdict


    Broken Roads is an ambitious debut game by Australian developer Drop Bear Bytes. Inspired by classics like Wasteland, Broken Roads feels like a fresh take on the genre with how it tackles certain aspects of those games in its own way. The best example of this is in the morality system, which is handled by a moral compass instead of a linear good-or-evil line.

    The only real let down in Broken Roads is its combat system, which can often end up feeling overly simplistic. However, thanks to its unique post-apocalyptic Australian setting, the game manages to make exploring its broken world quite interesting.
     
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