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I am looking for a turn base strategy game where you can recruit monsters into your party like Tactics Orge or Disgaea. Anyone can help?
How about Shin Megami Tensei Devil Survivor? Pretty sure that one fits the bill.
Are there any good roguelikes for android?
I enjoyed the roguelike part of A Dark Room, but you have to put in at least half an hour of clicker game before you can actually go exploring.
Huh I didnt know that game was on android. Will keep an eye on it since I like clicker games too.
Edited by Naspah on Mar 25th 2019 at 2:25:16 AM
So, [insert Brexit joke here]... Hellgate: London? Did anyone remember that game?
I played Overlord 1 and 2 and quite like being a Dark Lord, do you guys know any other game let me live out my Sauron fantasy?
If you're into RTS there's the classic Dungeon Keeper games. If retro isn't your cup of tea there's War for the Overworld (also an RTS).
Has anyone here played Grim Dawn? I'm thinking of getting it.
I have Grim Dawn - ask away @M84
Edited by Dark_Ansem on Apr 13th 2019 at 9:24:32 AM
Im on the fence about getting Stardew Valley. On one hand Ive always liked farming sims, on the other, Ive always hated how short they were. What I wanna know is, can you play indefinitely on the same savefile?
BTW, I bought Grim Dawn a while back. Having a blast — forgot how fun and addictive a Diablo-esque game was.
Does anyone know of any mobile anime RPGs, besides Food Fantasy, The World Ends with You, and Adventure Bar Story, where you can obtain different kinds of food to feed your characters? (Preferably any that did not undergo any kind of censorship for localization like the first of those?)
Edited by SeaRover on May 15th 2019 at 6:19:55 AM
I need good, complete indie games. This means no early access or stuff that's still bugged/somewhat unfinished but getting updates. I'd prefer strategy, management or roguelikes, but open to most genres, they just need to be complete experiences.
Super bonus points if you happen to know a review site that gives good simple synapses/reviews of indie games as they come out, as I find that the biggest problem with finding good ones is that they get no coverage and I hate having to prowl dozen different sites to find out what's new.
Rosenkreuz Stilette, its sequel Rosenkreuzstilette Freudenstachel, Grief Syndrome, and Streets of Rage Remake all come to mind for starters.
You might also want to watch out for MOTHER 4, which is due for a re-title this year in order to distance itself from the canon MOTHER trilogy.
And now, I've just remembered Cuphead, Undertale, and Super Cyborg. Will be sure to post more here as they come.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: The 7th Stand User. It also has a sequel in the works, titled Fate is Unbreakable.
Edited by SeaRover on May 18th 2019 at 8:07:06 AM
Can recommondate games like Unison League and Crash Fever if you are looking for Rpgs like that, though I would recomondate UL more then CF since it's the closest to an traditional Rpg unlike CF which is more of a Pokemon type of gaming. Some leveling up requires Snacks to actually work (UL: Limis, CF: Leveling in general)
Both are Gatcha games which can be played decently without paying stuff for that
Edited by CrossoverFan23 on Jun 6th 2019 at 9:27:25 PM
From what I could gather, Unison League's food is mostly different kinds of equipment, rather than consumables, and Crash Fever only seems to have a few different kinds of apples. Could you show me any lists of food from either game that your characters could actually eat?
Do you like city builder games with complicated mechanics? In a less-explored setting?
Try Workers and Resources: Soviet Republic. Build authentic Eastern European prefab apartment blocks! Deploy authentic Eastern European vehicles! Export resources for dollars or rubles! Spend that money on imports!
And wait for more and more content updates, because there are certain noticeable dead ends and missing features.
Could someone recommend me some creepy and weird RPGS? I've been looking for more with little success.
The Shin Megami Tensei games probably fit the bill. Especially the mainline games.
Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk has a late-game plot twist that completely turns the plot on its head. It's a fairly bizarre game too.
Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars is like what Persona would be if the writers quit taking their meds. It's worth a play for the random battle music alone.
I don't know whether this is the most appropriate thread to put this in, but I can't find any other thread which would seem more appropriate, so I'm just gonna ask here.
I have The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Assassin's Creed: Odyssey and Red Dead Redemption II to play on my PS4 — which one do you guys suggest I play first? And why?
So I've just aborted another playthrough of Food Fantasy, after unlocking a feature that I feel had so much potential thrown out the window.
Looking for something to play for just a day or so at a time whenever I burn out while writing a story. Currently planning to play Magia Record next, but would still prefer if there are similarly open-ended games, that involve food (to actually eat (as opposed to equipping like in Unison League), and w/ actual variety).
Some other guidelines:
1) Available for Android
3) No definitive end
4) Involving a variety of food to feed your characters (Magia Record is a personal exception for certain reasons.)
5) Not modified in any way besides translation for international release
6) Multiple characters at your command
Edited by SeaRover on Aug 3rd 2019 at 11:20:17 AM
So, who are the top dogs competing for the throne of Master of Orion nowadays? Preferably turn-based.
@Sea Rover You should try Honkai Impact 3rd. I think it's close with what you're describing but I could be wrong
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