Have you ever looked at Godzilla or King Kong and thought to yourself. “I wanna fight that?” Well then, it’s you’re lucky day. In Kaiju Wars, you are attempting to stop giant monsters from destroying the city. I say attempt because even when you “win” most of the buildings will look like an angry toddler’s box of lego.
Telepath Tactics: Liberated is a remaster of Telepath Tactics, a Fire Emblem-inspired game that was released back in 2015. In Telepath Tactics, you control a large number of unique characters in turn-based combat. One of the game’s sticking points is how Telepath Tactics places a focus on using the environment to your advantage. Shoving enemies into the water, blowing up bridges, and forming chokepoints to name a few.
It’s difficult not to become excited over anything that involves cards and the name Richard Garfield. The creator of Magic the Gathering having a hand in Roguebook definitely sets some lofty expectations, especially given how many great games already exist within the genre.
I used to think I could be on one of those reality show contests where you need to survive in the wilderness and are rewarded a bunch of money at the end. After playing Green Hell, I’ve changed my mind. I will continue being a hermit in my nice safe house, thanks.