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The Last Spell - Review @ COG

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by RPGWatch, Mar 16, 2023.

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    [​IMG]COG reviewed the tactical RPG The Last Spell:



    The Last Spell Review
    It sort of snuck up on me around the 10 hour mark, but The Last Spell is a strong contender for strategy game of the year. On the surface, it seems pretty conventional. Maybe even derivative. But after you've made some progress and seen the larger shape of the game, you'll find that nearly every system and mechanic is trying something different. Does that mean reinventing the wheel? Sometimes, sure it does. But what would we have if new games refused to take risks? The Last Spell is one of a kind, and I can't stop playing it.


    The Last Spell made me realize that a siege is the perfect video game scenario. It allows you to focus on a single area, and gives the player a chance to customize their base. It also lends itself to a small group of heroes standing bravely against a horde of faceless enemies. Combine that with other popular features such as roguelike development, and you have a pretty fun game. But spend some time with The Last Spell, and you will see how differently it plays.

    Score: 90/100
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