You fight the Furos in turn-based combat, building your deck of minions and spells as you progress through a map full of battles and events. If you have ever played something like Slay the Spire, you will understand the formula.
It’s no secret that Bannerlord was my most anticipated game for years. I definitely had a moment of disbelief when it was finally downloading on my computer. That amount of hype can be a bad thing. I’ve set myself up for disappointment in the past (I’m looking at you Spore!). So did Bannerlord disappoint me? No, yes and no again.
Graywalkers: Purgatory is a turn-based RPG set in a world where heaven and hell have brought their war to earth in an event called the rupture. You control a team of people chosen by divinity to fight back. These men and women are called Graywalkers.
Eden Rising is a neat hybrid of genres. It features online co-op, in addition to single player, and this is where the game shines the brightest. However, this is one of few times I’m going to come out of the gate telling you not to take my word for it. Eden Rising features a free to play version and in it, you can play through and explore three of the areas of the game. If you play on a server whose host owns the full version, you can access those features. You should really go check it out for yourself! This review will be a little shorter than normal for that reason.