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AV Club: Holy Invasion Of Privacy, Badman Review

While the look is rooted in console RPG lore, the story mode's gradual build of armies and resources plays more like a sped-up Civilization with a dash of subterranean Dig Dug flavor. After conquering the unnecessarily steep learning curve, players will likely feel the sense of exasperation melt away, although the constant "Do you want to save?" screens act as a sort of Chinese water torture. The game doesn't get easy, but the slow improvement of your dungeon-design skills, culminating in the defeat of those smarmy heroes of light, make Badman worth the effort.

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