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Mixed or average reviews - based on 9 Critic Reviews

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  1. Positive: 3 out of 9
  2. Negative: 1 out of 9
  1. Mar 2, 2021
    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!
  2. Mar 2, 2021
    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.
  3. Feb 18, 2021
    As it stands, Neoverse won’t convert diehard Slay the Spire fans, but it can effectively woo the ones who are looking to scratch that itch with a new IP. Even with challenge modes, special gear to grind, and multiple bosses, there’s less complexity and potential for wildly different runs, less magical chaos and luck of the draw. The developers have clearly put thought into the battle system, even though they’ve crafted a game that provides more overpowered gameplay loops than its inspiration. Its design is overly flashy - sometimes even gaudy and cringey, especially the additional unlockable “costumes” for the heroes - but Neoverse’s superficial surface isn’t hiding a dearth of substance, with numerous hours of deckbuilding enjoyment to be found.