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Battle Worlds: Kronos (PS4 Edition)

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Available on:PlayStation 4Apr 26, 2016

Developer: KING Art

Publisher: Nordic Games Publishing

Genres: Real-Time Strategy, Strategy

Battle Worlds: Kronos is a classic turn-based strategy game in the tradition of Battle Isle, Advance Wars and Panzer General. Have you ever wondered what games like that would look like today? Well, we did. As a result, we decided to develope Battle Worlds: Kronos.

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Matthew Gallagher
50 / 100

I don’t want to give too much away early, but much of Battle Worlds: Kronos tries my patience.

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Battle Worlds: Kronos lands on the Nintendo Switch to fill the gap of strategy games in Nintendo's console and while it's not a groundbreaking piece of software, it does the job well enough. It's disappointing to see the level creator has been left out of this version but the game's lifespan and combat system, as well as its efficient (local only) multiplayer are certain to appeal to fans pf strategy games.

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While ultimately less accessible than the likes of Wargroove (which taps into that Nintendo-centric DNA of Advance Wars far better), Battle Worlds: Kronos does a decent job of bringing a more complex and challenging take on turn-based hex strategy.

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Whilst I can't justify anyone purchasing this title, there was effort put in at least… The developer's pride for an Advance Wars style game shined through, which I can appreciate. It has its issues whether it be a cluttered user interface, bad graphics, and similar environments, which can make it easy to overlook this title, and I can't say you'd be missing much. If you are an Advance Wars fan, you might want to try looking elsewhere, that is, if you can't overlook these points of concern (a good starting place might be Chucklefish's latest hit – Wargroove).

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