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Submitted by JamieSI 705d ago | preview

Rooks Keep Preview (Strategy Informer)

From Strategyinformer.com: "It’s hard to judge Rooks Keep based on the preview build. It’s clearly got a long way to go, and feels like a very early prototype with animations missing, balance issues, and a general lack of polish, but beneath all the tattered decorations lies the hint of something that could be a frantic and exciting game. My experience was limited to offline against bots (I couldn’t find any games happening on the preview build whenever I checked), so hopefully combat feels more natural against human opponents, because right now there’s a lot of flaws limiting the potential fun". (PC, Rook's Keep)

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