Mercenaries Saga Chronicles
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Content Rating: Everyone10+
The trilogy takes place in a classic fantasy realm that combines medieval setting with fantasy traits. The first game tells the story of a war started by the kingdom of Mondoa that decided to conquer smaller neighbors out of fear of great empires of the continent. The players assume the role of Captain Leon who leads a group of mercenaries attempting to make a profit of the conflict. They offer their services to everyone who is ready to pay for them.
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If you are sat looking at your Nintendo Switch with a sense of longing, wondering when you will be able to take turns moving your characters around battlefields in an effort to slaughter your enemies one-by-one, then Mercenaries Saga Chronicles is for you. If that doesn’t sound like your kind of game, then you probably haven’t reached this paragraph. It may not be as daring as it needs to be in design, but Mercenaries Saga Chronicles will help to scratch that strategy itch until something else comes along.
By the time I got to Grey Wolves of War I was still holding out hope that there would be something new, but unfortunately there wasn’t. Mercenaries Chronicles Saga offers a decent amount of gameplay that averages about five dollars a game. Which really is not a terrible price. However, the lack of freshness does hold it back. Players looking for a game that has all the basics of a Tactical RPG will not be disappointed.
Mercenaries Saga Chronicles is a standard experience. It does nothing out of the ordinary for the genre, nor is the story anything to write home about. But on the flip side, the Mercenaries Saga titles don’t do anything particularly wrong, either. If you’re looking for a solid experience that doesn’t go outside of the SRPG box, Circle’s collection will satisfy you.