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Rollers of the Realm




Rollers of the Realm 


Rollers of the Realm mixes pinball with role playing. There is a storyline, leveling up, purchasing better equipment from the role playing genre. The game is played in pinball fashion. The characters turn into balls, and we launch them into the barriers and enemies.

Each of the enemies in Rollers of the Realm is given a certain amount of health. Depending on the level of your characters/balls determines how much damage a hit will do. Boss battles can be exhausting due to the high hit points of the bosses. I kept hoping for one lucky shot that would end it.

If you lose a ball you can revive them. This is easier said than done though. You need to hold an existing ball, and have enough mana to revive a character. I felt like an octopus trying to do everything to bring a character back. Switching between characters was hard enough since that button did not work as quickly as I like.

Grinding can be done in Rollers of the Realm, and it is actually advisable. Especially before you face off against a boss character. Levels should be easier the second time through though. If you don't grind then you will get frustrated due to the difficulty setting in Rollers of the Realm.

Families are interested in various problems with video games so they can decide if a game is appropriate for their family or not. There is blood, violence, enticement to lust, bad attitudes, language, and magic in Rollers of the Realm. If any of those things bother you, then avoid Rollers of the Realm.

Rollers of the Realm is an interesting blending of genres and styles. Rollers of the Realm is a downloadable only video game. I know how lame that is. I wish Rollers of the Realm was being sold at retail too. That way I could support my local economy.
- Mark


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 55%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: PC/PS4/PS Vita(tested)
Publisher: Atlus
Developer: Phantom Compass
Rating: ‘T’ - Teen - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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