At a glance, Curse of the Dead Gods might seem similar to another popular rogue-lite game. Even I have been known to crack a joke or two about the game being Hades emo brother. However, while they certainly have a few things in common, Curse of the Dead Gods is very much its own game.
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I found the original Moving Out to be one of the more polished and mechanically cohesive party games to follow in the footsteps of the Overcooked titles. Movers in Paradise mostly just expands on the base game’s existing framework.
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