Submitted by combocaster 823d ago | review

Citadels Review | ComboCaster

Citadels came as a surprise. I do not remember seeing any kind of announcement or pictures of the game before release, something that is usually not a good sign. As if their arrival at Steam was not surprising enough, the complete lack of quality of the final game was an even greater surprise. Even if the lock is not set up virtually in half half hour, there is no quality of its components.

The campaign has citadels baseline as the legend of King Arthur, although I still have not quite figured out where. Much of what I say comes from this analysis is that the Steam page of the game and what is said on the official website, since the game is not at all stable have scarcely got out of the first mission, once the system save is not exactly good. Incidentally, I still can not write. (Citadels, PC) 2.5/10

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