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WARSAW

Use everything at your disposal to help a team of accidental heroes survive the onslaught in their home city and overcome tremendous odds stacked against them in this tactical rpg set on the streets of occupied Warsaw of 1944. Turn-based tactical rpg with characters of varying classes, and with skill and resource management in immersive WWII setting A deep tactical combat system with multitude of complementing skills, weapons and character abilities Character stories and backgrounds delivered through gameplay as well as numerous historical and fictional events happening under specific game’s circumstances Incredible replay value due to non-linear gameplay
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

As a disclaimer I'm biased towards this game as a Polish American and a huge fan of Polish history, but even so this is an excellent game and one of my all time favorites. If you enjoy history, RPGs, Darkest Dungeon, and games that are legitimately meant to have challenging features then you will love this game.
The game play can seem simple on your first play or two on normal difficulty if you choose your starting characters, but if you want a really fun challenge then increase the difficulty and randomize all your starter characters.
An absolutely authentically fun and addictive game if you're a history nerd; and if you're not just know how important the Warsaw Uprising was and is to the character of the Polish people.
I really support this game and the developers and I've bought it as a gift for most of my steam friends. I really look forward to seeing more updates and improvements from the developers for this already amazing game!

Review from Steam

Glory to Ukraine!

Review from Steam

This is a wonderful little game. The strategic combat part of the gameplay is fairly simplistic, but holds up well enough for the game's relatively short run time. The overarching city management style gameplay, along with the historical authenticity and accompanying atmosphere, is what holds the main appeal though.
The game is deliberately punishing. It cannot be 'won', only 'survived'; minor errors can have devastating consequences for districts or characters; and survival is nigh on impossible to achieve without making some tough choices. Against this, the combat does enough to keep you feeling like you're in control of the outcome, and allows you to overcome some broader mistakes and misfortunes. There's enough depth and variety in the characters to reward repeat plays, even if most of them end up petering out into defeat.
This game is certainly not for everyone (I probably wouldn't call it fun), but if the bleak prospect of reliving the Warsaw uprising doesn't turn you off then it can be immensely rewarding. I'd say it's more of an experience than a typical game, but it achieves what I think it set out to brilliantly, and is definitely worth giving a try for that.

Review from Steam

A good scroller for what it's worth, approaches one of history's most dramatic moments.

Review from Steam

I came for the Tankgewehr and stayed for the lessons about Polish history. I've done like 8 playthroughs of this game on regular difficulty, only 2 of them were victories, and I felt like I had earned those victories from carefully managing which districts I dont/do help, and keeping momentum high from exploring a mission fully and attempting to do every event on the map alongside collect all the supplies, which usually ends up with accidentally running into a nazi patrol and getting a couple of my high level characters killed for it.

Review from Steam

This game deserves more and more respect. The developers did a great job thematically and artistically. The game mechanics are a bit problematic, but they recently announced that they will close those gaps with a big update.

Review from Steam

I love the game. The idea, the background story, the setting and the closeness you develop with the characters. The artwork is right on target as are the animations. My problem is that I never get a chance to progress very far, I get party wiped or lose key characters and can not finish key missions which kills the whole campaign. I am not a noob to this genre and am always prepared to get beaten, heck I played many, many hours of Darkest Dungeon. But I just can't bring myself to keep playing when success is always elusive. I am not saying that I need to win every battle or be successful in every mission, but every once in a while would be a positive. There are some learning curve issues on choosing loadouts and for me it was confusing in that I could've sworn my character had a specific weapon as it showed in the screen at base, but then out in the field it was completely different.
I am giving this a thumbs up, but with a warning that it might not be everyone's cup of tea. However, with the pricing, it might well be worth a try. To sum up, I love the game and all it's ideas, but have been frustrated by the gameplay and have stopped playing. Maybe I will come back to it.
I should add that I do have more than a few hours in it. Much of it was played on a laptop, not my desktop, at our cabin in the mountains where there ain't much interwebs.