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Solasta: Crown of the Magister

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Created and written by lifelong fans of pen-and-paper games and utilizing the 5th edition ruleset, comes Solasta: Crown of the Magister.Bring the authentic Tabletop gaming experience to your PC!Roll for initiative, take attacks of opportunity, manage player location and the verticality of the battle field. Set yourself up for the finishing strike and possibly roll a natural 20 at that key moment of battle.​
In Solasta, you take control of four heroes, each with unique skills that complement one another. Every hero expresses themselves in the adventure, making each action and dialog choice a dynamic part to the story. Players will create their heroes just as they would in a pen-and-paper game choosing their race, class, personality and rolling for their stats.​
You make the choices, dice decide your destiny.
Key Features:An Epic Team Adventure.
Discover the shattered world of Solasta: explore ruins and dungeons for legendary treasures, learn the truth of an age-old cataclysm - and stop it from happening again.
Create your very own party of adventurers with our Character Creation Tool in the classic tabletop RPG tradition. Breathe life into your heroes, and see their personalities reflected in their dialogue. Tailor your squad to your preferred strategy and maximizes your party's abilities. The choice is yours.
Discover a Mysterious & Dynamic World.
Delve into long forgotten dungeons to unearth ancient artifacts, but stay watchful of light and darkness: many dangers hide in the dark, but a light can attract monsters. Some enemies have darkvision, some may flee from your torch... Successful adventurers will learn to use it to their advantage.
Fight monsters in squad-level, turn-based, tactical combat. Solasta's dynamic environment offers some interesting tactical options. Bridges can collapse, leaving enemies stranded and vulnerable. Walls and columns can be pushed over - on top of your foes, if you do it right. The world is your playground.
Prepare to Think in Three Dimensions.
The dungeons in Solasta are more than flat game-boards. Climb, jump, or fly around obstacles. Evade or surprise foes from above or below. Push them into chasms or drop things on their heads. Position yourself on high grounds to start the fight with an advantage.
Size also matters. Escape through narrow passages where bigger enemies won't fit and crawl through tunnels to find secret areas. Take advantage of the environment to find cover suited to your own size. Watch out, though - the monsters are also thinking vertically.
True to the Tabletop.
Based on the 5e ruleset of the world's most popular tabletop RPG, Solasta: Crown of the Magister brings back the thrill, tactics, and deep storytelling of tabletop games.
As you play, you'll feel yourself reaching for your dice and miniatures. It's time to dive into the world of Solasta. Roll for initiative!

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Solasta: Crown of the Magister reviews and comments

Dungeons and Dragons fans and CRPG veterans are going to love this game. Delving into forgotten dungeons with a cast of custom heroes who rely on well-planned character builds and combat scenarios is admittedly not ground-breaking. However, licensing the official tabletop ruleset and translating it so well into a video game will pique many people’s interest and pull them in for the long haul. The game also boasts an exceptionally produced score full of whimsy and spectacle, an outstanding Dungeon Making Tool that continues to progress, and a quite informative tutorial for beginners. Undoubtedly, parts of the mechanics need further explanation and plenty of bugs need addressing. Players who want a shiny coat of polish will not find it here. Regardless, it’s amazing the depth and quality this indie studio has ardently delivered. Solasta: Crown of the Magister is a sure critical hit.

Full review at https://checkpointgaming.net/reviews/2021/05/solasta-crown-of-the-magister-review-a-natural-20/
«Just one more turn»
So much wasted potential.

There is junky but lovable low budget games and then there is a game like this with massive bugs, horrid voice overs and subtitles that dont match and all slapped together in a bland story with dialogues so basic it feels they where written by a kid.

Unlucky enough to have a party member with an aura buff? Enjoy massive stutters and single digit framerate.

Healing is useless and requires a single party member, or two, in constant healing on a limited spell and item usage system. Fail a constituion roll on a single member, on a single turn, against a single enemy, and your healthbar will take a massive hit, forcing everyone in defense mode, while taking even more damage do to lower damage output. Its a frustrating, boring and artificially prolonged fight system.

Sidequests that send you in the same areas visted before with no real rewards.

Economy and gear progression are so unsatisfying you will maybe see one new piece of gear on your party member, or none.

User interface is so basic they omitted even basic button navigation which hides endgame spells behind small single letters on the bottom of the page. Amateur work.
«Buggy as hell»
«Waste of time»
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