Bad North: Jotunn Edition
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About this game
Developer: Raw Fury
Content Rating: Teen
Your home is under attack. The king is dead at the hands of Viking invaders. Hope is a distant glimmer in the fog, fading fast with every passing moment. As you rise to take your father’s place as ruler, it will fall to you to stage your defenses. But make no mistake – this is no fight for victory, but a desperate grasp for survival.
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Once I learned to give in to Bad North’s unpredictability, I found a lot of enjoyment in it. There’s a strange dynamism that always keeps you on your toes, even when you have internalized the game’s basic combat strategies. This, combined with the sense of foreboding provided by Bad North’s style, makes for a refreshingly bleak strategic roguelike.
We literally haven’t got a bad word to say about Bad North. It’s a delightfully well-paced strategy roguelike that’s as fresh on your first run as it is on your 10th, with new features, enemies, skills, and troops drip-fed to you as you play. You’ll constantly be developing new strategies and trying to make the most of your limited number of troops.
Bad North is a gorgeous and chill game. Strangely enough for a game about the bleak, inhospitable north, it would make a perfect game paired with a leisurely vacation somewhere indolent and sunny. The matches are short and the campaign is only medium-length. It taxes the fingers more than the gray matter, honestly. It wears its influences smartly, and polishes more than it innovates, but is still an engaging and thoughtful experience.