Stumbled on this game, official release today but it was on early access for a year.
I don't know anything about this game, but it looks real cool to me.
Has anyone played it, and would they recommend?
I've been playing Urtuk for a while now in EA. It's a really solid tactics game. It seems really simple at first, but the game mechanics are really fun, and choosing how you build your units makes a huge difference in play style.
Don't take the difficulty settings suggestions lightly! I got cocky and started my first game on the 2nd highest difficulty. At that difficulty the game regularly puts you in fights where your team is outnumbered 5 to 1, and even choke points can only do so much to help.
I get into it for a few days at a time and then step away and come back every few weeks. The devs are also really actively engaged with the Steam community, and they have a discord server for even faster communication with the dev team. I personally love supporting indie devs who engage with their players like this, and the game is really fun. I highly suggest it.
Don't expect a FFT clone. It's nothing like the FFT era of japanese tactical games. It's closer to a western tactics board game, but with character progression through mutation absorption. The story is very sparse. I personally play it for the tactical gameplay, and know very little about the story.
Edit: Oh, and Vit and Agi are the early game godstats.ID: gp3tzgr
Sweet, it's on sale might check it out.
Definitely recommend it. Very solid game with fun mechanics. Requires a lot of strategy. Be advised the way focus works is kind of weird but you get the hang of it towards mid game when it actually is necessary.
got a link to it?ID: gp3ty61
Played it and the game is absolutely amazing! Definitely worth the shot if you like strategic and challenging games 🙂
On top of that, it has a pretty neat soundtrack 🙂
Yeah I've been playing this one and I'm a huge fan of FFT. It doesn't quite scratch the full itch.. but it does come pretty close. Maybe like a 70% scratch
If there were a jobs system and if you could recruit at will, I might change my mind.