Do you have what it takes to be a heroic and great leader? Possibly, you have a love for long narrative-style games, which you can enjoy the option to choose what you want to say next? Well, that is what you get with Triangle Strategy is a game that provides all of those options and choices that you have to decide upon. So if you can say yes to one or both questions asked, well then you might have found the next best game to play this year or longer, with the chance to end up a victorious winner in this game!
Especially cause the gameplay and the story are built upon the player’s choices, as you are the leader and controller of all the odds. There is no single straight and narrow path to playthrough. The battles and the way the narrative portions take place are all based on the player and not just the game. Especially, the way we upgrade, remove, equip, or do anything else in this game. Therefore, it’s on us to decide and be this outstanding leader!
How It Felt To Play Triangle Stategy
First of all, it’s an excellent strategic RPG game with a long story that flows quite well with the battle portion. It’s something that I’ve never played before with the two combined. Also, I’m enjoying the ability to have control over the game’s outcome. So without a doubt, I just felt the game is completely original, and my eyes were amazed at the remarkably artistic game design, which includes the characters and the actual graphics of the game.
I was also impressed that for a game that allows not a choice of how the outcome will end up, but there is a choice to make it easier for everyone to play. Just by adjusting the difficulty level, going from very easy to hard, and the option to adjust the game’s entire settings is also a pleasure to have. Its ability to set the game correctly up for whoever is playing is an excellent aspect for me. No one has to suffer a one-way-to-play method, like many other games. In this game, the options over everything are not as limited and close to endless.
Plus, the game can also be extremely a long adventure to dig one’s mind into, with a long narrative and battle portion. However, in my own opinion, I’m not a big story lover when it comes to games. Especially one that is very long and that isn’t just in one portion of the game but throughout the entire game. Thankfully there is that fast-forward button or skip choice when you want to move it along faster. I’m not saying it’s a bad story, just might put me to sleep if I don’t get to more of the gameplay and action sooner.
On the other hand, the game’s battle portion is my favorite portion of the game. There are so many possibilities to choose what goes on during the gameplay. Especially, choosing the team members you’d like to have, utilizing the character’s equipped items, and plenty to choose from as well as upgrading, level-up, and learning new skills as you battle through each game. Also, collect some more items for future needs and battles. Additionally, I’ve found the neon-lit squares to be very helpful and aid in the battle portion of the game.
I would also like to tell you there were only two issues I really felt that didn’t suit me about the game. By the way, I’m not saying it’s a bad game or story, but these are more about my own comfort and the kind of games I prefer. To start, the narrative is the first issue I’ve felt was an issue for me. I am not big on long stories and it really could put me to sleep. I rather discover more items at each location and have more action, and less of the story to speed through. The second problem is the frustrating issue I had with the placement of the team members while having the use of both buttons on the controller, the directional buttons, and the left analog stick. It could be a bit difficult when moving the player on the team to a location you want when using the analog stick as it can move too quickly. On the other hand, the directional buttons can move slower which can be a little easier.
This also goes with the option of what weapon, skill, or item you want to use for that member of the team you’re playing next. I feel it’s a possibility to be about the sensitivity of the controller and it can be harder to get it perfect. However, it isn’t as horrible as I thought it would be after playing through the game, but it sometimes can be frustrating as well! The last issue I had is that I don’t like that there is a need to choose which way you face when finishing a turn. It’s like an unnecessary portion, which maybe should be left out. I think it would be nicer to fight no matter whichever way you face as you can easily attack whoever is near you.
Otherwise, the game is something I’d still see myself playing again and again, as the options of what you do can always be changed. No game has to be played the same way. Plus, if I want to go a bit difficult, making the battle portion of the game even more challenging, well that is another reason I can enjoy this game! Especially by building up one’s love for tactical and narrative gameplay, by playing this game and going from easy to hard, and adjusting the story perfectly.
As with all the questions, I started with, I have just one more. So does this game have what it takes to bring joy and pleasure to whoever wants to play a really good strategic RPG game and narrative story? In my opinion, the answer is YES! I had nothing but complete interest in the game, by the unique combination and the game art. It’s quite compelling and enticing. However, in short, this game is amazing and fun. The entire experience is just totally amazing! I love the ability to lead as a leader and build my team to battle along with as well as move the story the way I wanted to.
Therefore, I want to end by saying that the game is as remarkable as it appears. Especially, when you turn it on for the first time and many times after! The graphics will brighten up your eyes and the game’s adventure and options will keep your brain in tip-top shape. It’s something that won’t leave you fully bored or regret not trying it out, as it’s got plenty to offer.