In building upon the foundations of predecessors, like Barbarian and Golden Axe, Thy Sword offers a pleasant throwback to the roguelike nature of arcade titles.
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For me, Inferno 2 comes off as feeling very basic and worn. In the end, I was still just moving a circle around a Tron inspired background, shooting shapes at other shapes searching for the next exit.
Amidst an ever-increasing pile of roguelikes on the Nintendo Switch comes Lost Castle. A new-to-Switch title that boasts 150+ weapons, 80+ items, randomly generated everything, and four-player co-op. Sadly, it almost feels like I’ve heard all of this before.