Polygod for Nintendo Switch


Aug 17, 2018
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Developer: Amplify Games
Content Rating: Everyone


POLYGOD is a rogue-like, random-generated, global multi-player first-person-shooter.You are Faceless the Blessed, a rogue assassin, the last of your kind in the known universe, and on the verge of extinction.To ensure your survival you must battle the minions of malignant Gods and their Holy Champions in an epic event, The Trial of the Gods. Each randomly generated level features successive Altars of Worship where you exchange your Souls for Blessings.

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Critic Reviews

4 Reviews
Dom Reseigh-LincolnAug 17, 2018
Don’t let Polygod’s low-poly aesthetic fool you - this is no amateur hour shooter experience. With seven realms to explore (each with their own unique environmental motifs, enemy types and bosses), the game’s procedural nature and old-school mechanics make for a frightening deep source of replay value that harkens back to the good old days of Quake.
Ty EdwardsSep 02, 2018
While I did feel shoehorned into certain upgrades to be able to go far in any given round, exploring and experimenting with upgrades can be fun as long as you aren’t hoping to progress too far. While there are some interesting aspects of Polygod to explore, I more often wanted to just stop playing than go back in to explore more.
Colin BeauchampJan 10, 2019
Polygod definitely holds some potential, but is lacklustre in its current state. The often unstable frame-rate, unwieldy gyro controls, and lack of polish in general, hurts the experience considerably. Its mechanics do feel unique enough to keep experimenting with, and there's plenty of replay value, but there's so much that brings it down. Fans of first-person shooters will likely get some enjoyment out of it, but it's otherwise hard to say that it's worth checking out.


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