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October 12th, 2019, 23:04
Game Space has reviewed WARSAW:

WARSAW PC Review - These Are Tough Times

Being an adventure gamer and playing games that are known to have a lot of text would have one think I'd be a better book reader. I love comic books, just not a big textbook reader. Maybe this is because they have too few pictures? It's not a stretch then to imagine that I'm not very good with history either. So when a game shows up that mixes in some historical context, and one that deals with my Polish heritage, then it can only be a win-win for me to play it, right? This is our Steam PC review of Pixelated Milk's WARSAW game.

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WARSAW is a deep tactical RPG with plenty of historical content. The game has a higher than normal difficulty level that makes winning even more rewarding. The rogue-like nature of the game also makes you consider your choices. You'll become so entrenched in the story and your resistance squad that losses will leave a mark. The only other open question is, when can we have this on the Nintendo Switch?

Score: 9/10
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October 13th, 2019, 09:31
Another review selling this product as difficult.

This indicates that players are drilled in playing certain UgoIgo products, a small shift from their proficiency format and they are lost.

Players who know the basics of UgoIgo metagame are likely to find this product easy. Just as streamers showed it to be.
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Another review selling this product as difficult.

This indicates that players are drilled in playing certain UgoIgo products, a small shift from their proficiency format and they are lost.

Players who know the basics of UgoIgo metagame are likely to find this product easy. Just as streamers showed it to be.
Can you link those stream that finished a campaign, not for an old Early Access version? They aren't basic to find.

You persist consider it's a turn based problem but this is fully wrong, it's general, incompetent reviewers that don't know play the game they review is common. The more the genre is popular the less it happens, but it's a matter of popularity not turn based or not.

First Person Shooters, Real Time Strategy, Platform games, close combat real time, all copy to each other and don't invent anything for their action gameplay, this problem isn't just for turn based.
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The report about difficulty come from more people than reviewers.

It is not a UgoIgo issue. This product happens to be UgoIgo and players report a difficulty level that does not match what streamers expose.

It would be the same treatment for any other product.

On this site, for example, there was often the claim that RTwP products could not be played while using pause minimally. Pausing every single second was said to be necessary. It was not the case.

As a result, players on this site claimed that RTwP products were too easy while they were unable to play RTwP, dismissing that spamming pause works as an exploit.
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