Masters of Anima for Nintendo Switch
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Masters of Anima

Apr 10, 2018
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Developer: Passtech Games
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Anima is a magical, chaotic force that fuels the world of Spark. In its natural state, Anima is wild and primal - when it is found in large concentrations, it can even spawn a Golem. In the ancient times of Spark, the Shapers and Builders tamed the Anima to give the world its current form. After the Shapers defeated the Golems, the Builders constructed the Heart Shield in the center of Mount Spark, erecting Wonders that channel the source of Anima for a better purpose.

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7.28
Alex SeedhouseApr 09, 2018
There really isn’t anything quite like Masters of Anima on the Nintendo eShop at the moment, or, for that matter, on Nintendo Switch. The developer may have too much enthusiasm for throwing you into combat and could have done with exploring ways to lend a change of pace – that more often than not comes in the puzzles that momentarily boggle your mind. But, when you have a steadfast legion of Guardians at your command, it’s hard not to marvel at the thrill of it all in the thick of battle, and how the many systems that are at play are masterfully woven together.
John RairdinApr 10, 2018
The story, though somewhat predictable, is still fun and well executed. It's an attractive game with a solid hook, that plays well regardless of your Switch playstyle preferences. It's an easy recommendation for anyone who loves dungeon crawlers, or fast-paced strategic combat.
Richard AtkinsonApr 10, 2018
From the outset, Masters Of Anima, tries its utmost to engage with a different world that’s ruled by a unique magic, bare-bones lore and a bunch of awkwardly portrayed and forgettable characters. The floundering voice acting and clunky script, coupled with a cringe-worthy story that’s more embarrassing than your drunk uncle dancing at a wedding, grates quickly.

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