|Antwort auf:||Tiny Metal Switch-Review von Pirx|
"Tiny Metal has the core mechanics nailed down brilliantly (...). Area35 has crafted a tactical wargame which is every bit as compelling, addictive and challenging as its inspiration, while adding in a storyline of surprising drama and complexity. The robust single-player campaign - twinned with some great one-off maps in the Skirmish mode - is worth the price of admission alone, but when the multiplayer mode arrives (...) the game will become even more essential."
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"Tiny Metal doesn’t copy the Advance Wars formula — it improves it. (...) It is an excellent tactical RPG at the end of the day and one that longtime fans of the genre should check out."
+ "If you liked Advance Wars, then you will find Tiny Metal very satisfying."
- "The AI needs a bit of a tweak, (multiplayer mode is missing yet and) it feels like a multiplayer match could be fun but that there would be too much possibility for one side to get an overwhelming advantage too quickly by conquering unit production buildings. (...) A few minor UI issues also pop up, like times where it's hard to tell which tile you are selecting when a bunch of units are grouped up close together."
"Area 35's first title is a solid effort. Despite its simplistic looks is a game that demands a good amount of planning and strategy. Tiny Metal will definitely be familiar to Nintendo fans who are still looking for their next Advance Wars fix."
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