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  • Summary: Card actions, Don't lose your tension!Build a deck that suits your needs!Lady Luck Smiles to the smartest deck. NEOVERSE is a time warping multiverse game consisting of thrilling adventures that are packed with great and exciting challenges; combining roguelite, deck building, strategyCard actions, Don't lose your tension!Build a deck that suits your needs!Lady Luck Smiles to the smartest deck. NEOVERSE is a time warping multiverse game consisting of thrilling adventures that are packed with great and exciting challenges; combining roguelite, deck building, strategy gameplay all in one. It puts your skills to the test. Set off on an adventure with unique heroes to save the living realms regardless of time and space. Expand
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 11
  2. Negative: 2 out of 11
  1. Jan 25, 2021
    85
    Neoverse dispenses with story (and a perhaps more-important tutorial) to get players straight into the action, trusting them to figure out the game's intricacies on their own. Those with the patience to learn Neoverse will be rewarded by its amazingly deep, fun, and varied gameplay. With three very different characters to choose from, and a mountain of systems and modes, Neoverse is one of the most addictive deck builders I've played.
  2. Feb 5, 2021
    80
    Neoverse Trinity Edition brings the strategy of a deck-building game together with rougelite elements. Similar to a game like Slay the Spire, but with a different polish. The story is virtually non-existent, which is unfortunate, but understandable for the type of game. Purely from Neoverse’s aesthetic, the expectation is that the game will be simple, but you will slowly start to uncover a deep and multifaceted strategy game that remains fresh throughout numerous hours of play.
  3. Mar 2, 2021
    75
    Neoverse Trinity Editon is a surprisingly addictive deck-building card battling game. There are some things that will make you think this was a converted mobile game from the West, especially given anime-based heroines. The game leaves a lot for you to figure out but provides enough varied missions so that successive playthroughs don't feel completely monotonous. It requires some patience to master the system and unlock new cards but on the plus side, it plays well in undocked mode making for a great travel game!
  4. 60
    The problem is that for all of Neoverse's merits - it's a good looking game, with good, balanced mechanics and excellent replay value - it's also ultimately unsatisfying to play. The narrative context is only ever a tease, and without a reason to get into all those fights and collect all those cards, Neoverse ultimately feels hollow. I'll keep Neoverse around for five-minute time-filler play sessions here and there, but I'm ultimately disappointed with this game. It could have easily been so much more than this.
  5. Mar 2, 2021
    60
    On the surface, Neoverse Trinity Edition has everything a deck-building TBS needs to be a highly recommended one, mainly due to its more-than-decent mechanical depth, and, yes, because of its sexy exterior. Sadly, this just doesn't achieve being the next Slay the Spire it wants to be. A bit repetitive, and with a visual wrapping that's as generic as it is nice to look at, Tinogames Inc.'s creation is far from bad, but also something that's far from greatness. Only for - very - big fans of the genre - just be ready for something that's maybe a bit too easy/casual-friendly for your liking.
  6. Jun 6, 2021
    50
    Neoverse Trinity Edition has a lot of good ideas and could very well be a card game classic on the Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately a poor performance - which includes frequent losses of frame rate and a frustrating user interface when played on the Nintendo Switch screen - as well as a lack of a proper introduction to the way the game is played make this experience way more unappealing than it should be. This is a real shame, because its gameplay is very fun and the mechanics are very well thought, but the game's performance truly harms the experience to a level it should not.
  7. Feb 9, 2021
    40
    A deck-building game that’s forgotten to include a narrative behind it, Neoverse Trinity Edition doesn’t do a good job of making your fights feel meaningful. Only the most dedicated of strategy card game fans will find any joy here.

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  1. Mar 6, 2021
    9
    I absolutely love the game "Slay the Spire"! Neoverse is very similar to Slay the Spire. The devs have copied all the best bits and even addedI absolutely love the game "Slay the Spire"! Neoverse is very similar to Slay the Spire. The devs have copied all the best bits and even added some extra features including a skills tree and an in-game combo system which rewards you for playing certain card sequences. Unfortunately, Neoverse does not have a branching path map to navigate to reach the bosses, but you do get the ability to chose the difficulty of the next battle which also generates unlockable rewards. Oh, and of course the graphics and animations in Neoverse are way prettier that those in Slay the Spire! I have been playing Neoverse for about 7 hours now. I managed to complete an (easy) run through to the end on my third attempt and I am starting to feel like I am making some permanent progress by unlocking trophies and costumes. There seems to be a large enough variety of cards / skills / items / settings / enemies in the game for each run to feel different, and so far I am really enjoying my time with this game. At this stage I think I still prefer Slay the Spire, but this is definitely worth a look if you enjoy deck building strategy games. Expand

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