Inscryption is as consistently fun as it is surprising, with a wonderfully creepy story cleverly tying its ever-evolving mechanics together.
Just finished this game last night. I love deck-builders and roguelikes, so adding a bit of atmospheric horror to the mix was a nice touch. The game had a couple unexpected changes of "environment" that I disliked at first after loving the start of the game, but quickly came to appreciate it. I do not regret it at all and wish I could play it for the first time again.
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