Players feel robbed by Jason Rohrer’s The Castle Doctrine

Jason Rohrer’s games make players feel things. The Castle Doctrine makes players feel paranoid, insecure and weak. That’ a little too much for some players. But it’s just what Rohrer wants.

Players have taken to the Steam forums and reviews section to air their grievances with the games punishing difficulty.

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SilentNegotiator1599d ago (Edited 1599d ago )

Looks like typical indie crap that pretends to be super deep but is ultimately just a crappy game with some slightly unique ideas.

SpiralTear1599d ago

Hate to break it to ya, friend, but it's not "typical indie crap." I've played it.

It has a very steep learning curve (and the balancing issues pretty much stem from that), but it's pretty addictive once you get the hang of it. Plus, it's original, which you can't say about every game these days.