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Castle Morihisa Review – I Dream of Indie

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Greetings Indie Warriors and welcome to our review of Castle Morihisa on Steam/PC! Castle Morihisa is a roguelike deck builder from developer Smokingbear Studio. The game was published by Thermite Games. Castle Morihisa is also available on the Nintendo Switch.
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“Castle Morihisa is a roguelike featuring strategic deckbuilder. You need to build up your deck through constant battles, acquire powerful talents, and wield the power of the Fallen Heroes to unveil the truth behind the rebellion in the Castle Morihisa.”

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5 Comments

  1. Just finished playing it since at the time it's late at night for me so should sleep but from what I been playing I been having fun with it. Like some parts do seem a rise in difficulty but it's fun with how the talent tree is randomly generated plus their is a talent tree. Being able to use the shop any time out of combat is also nice this game looked reminded me of slay the spire but it's more like Neoverse with its well talent and opening a shop any time. Hopefully I can unlock the samurai so I can chop chop chop lol

  2. This reminds me of slay the spire in all the best ways!! I will definitely be getting this! Thank you for the review peach

  3. This seems like a neat game for deckbuilder fans, roguelike fans, or those who like the mashup of both, especially if they want a brutal challenge. The visual style and the audio seem pretty neat too, but I think I'll be passing on this one, if only because I'm not looking for something that's going to be hard to the point of frustration. But as always, this was another great review.

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