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An incredible game with an incredible story that rivals its predecessor. I genuinely loved the mechanics of the game, with its talk of fourth dimensions and timeline traveling, as well as its complex escape rooms (although sometimes too complex). A big issue of mine was the transition from 2D sprites to 3D models. Most of the time it looked lifeless and unpleasing to look at. Other than that, I think this game has an incredible story strucutre, but I still think 999 is superior.
I fairly enjoyed this game. A nice double-genred game featuring an Animal Crossing-esque type of village simulator, and the other side being a hack and slash type of roguelike game. My favorite part of the game is the cult building. It's kind of addicting and time consuming but all the more satisfying when you get all the upgrades and buildings. The rougelike part I'm a bit iffy on. The combat is pretty basic. The weapon system can get pretty frustrating with the wrong weapons in the beginning. You are also guaranteed to get hit at least once in every Crusade, with the janky hitboxes and annoying enemies. The lack of healing support in the game is also a major flaw. But, overall the village part massively overshadows the roguelike. Overall, a half fun half frustrating game, with still a lot of bugs that can be dealt with pretty easily. A pretty good game that could use a lot of improvement for its potential
I found this game really charming and fun. I liked traversing as a cat and the movement of it felt really smooth and fluid. The platforming is good, nothing outstanding, but plain and simple. But, this game really strived in the visual and story department. The underground city and all its areas are beautiful and really pleasing to look at. The story is a nice and chill adventure, with cool characters and its dramatic moments. All in all, a great and short game to play.