Grotesque Tactics 2 - Review @ GameBanshee
GameBanshee has reviewed Silent Dream's Grotesque Tactics 2. The text appreciates the attempt to make improvements from the first game but finds the changes didn't actually work out:
The good news with Dungeons & Donuts is that developer Silver Dreams didn't just slap together a new campaign with the existing engine and call it a sequel. They tried to make the game more complex and interesting; their changes just didn't work, at least in my opinion. Dungeons & Donuts has a lot more dialogue, but it's not as funny. The world is bigger, but it's more confusing. And you're given more options for how to develop characters, but these options aren't explained well and lead to frustration. The result is that I didn't like Dungeons & Donuts as much as Evil Heroes, and I wouldn't recommend it unless you really liked the original game, or until the price drops. But with that being said, I think Silver Dreams is a developer to watch, and I'm cautiously optimistic that their next title will be better.
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