Bloody hell, that took a while didn't it? Wargroove finally has a PlayStation 4 release date, having launched on every other platform back in February of this year. The strategy title, which takes a lot of cues from classics like Advance Wars, was awarded an impressive 9/10 review score from our pals over at Nintendo Life. Needless to say, we've been looking forward to its PlayStation debut.
Anyway, we won't have to wait much longer: Wargroove is set to release next week, on the 23rd July. Will you be picking it up? Take command of your units in the comments section below.
Awesome! Been wanting to play this.
A NL 9/10 is a PS 8/10 right?
Would like to play this game soon. It's a nice in between game. Thing is, I already have quite a few of those pallette cleansers.
@Kidfried Nah, an NL 9/10 is a PS 5/10... Or so we've been led to believe by commenters who shall remain nameless.
Interesting timing for it to be delayed only come out 3 days before the new Fire Emblem on Switch (made by the same people that made Advance Wars, of course.)
Got this free with GamepassUltimate tryed it and about 3 weeks later deleted it. Its overhyped
@ShogunRok One of the defining moments of maturity in my life was playing The Last of Us and considering it to be like a 7 or 8 at best... and just having to come to grips with the fact that people have different opinions.
In fact since then I've just stopped paying attention to review scores altogether and started focusing on the text of the reviews.
Which for TLOU always goes something like "the gameplay is pretty derivative and the stealth missions en masse can get really repetitive... but it'd make a great movie! 10/10"
For those who haven't played it yet, I would highly recommend it. It's awesome. It has similarities with Advance Wars but it also carves it out its own identity and has it's own mechanics. The puzzle mode, where you have to win scenarios in one turn, is just one example of many great extras and modes in the game.
@TeslaChippie A 7 or 8 for The Last of Us? That's quite generous in my opinion. I agree on the redundancy of 10 scale review scores and think the Eurogamer scoring system is actually a tad better.
Wargroove was quite fun though, it certainly scratched my Advance Wars itch.
Hopefully it will have the ability to get maps players have been making for months, there’s some crazy neat stuff there.
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