I do not consider myself a WoW player – rather, I consider myself a video gamer who is currently playing WoW (among other games). As such, Sundays are for posts about games that are not World of Warcraft.
And today I’m going to talk about a game called Rogue Legacy which I became addicted to for a while last summer for a very simple reason: it’s great.
Basically with Rogue Legacy you’re running around attacking furniture and monsters. You will die. That’s a given. Permadeath is also (usually) a thing.
But! Then you can play as one of your character’s heirs. Heirs have unique traits that change the gameplay around a little, for better or for worse, and some of them are just there for flavor or to be silly. But it’s certainly an interesting thing that I haven’t really seen before.
Probably the best way to describe Rogue Legacy is that it’s Dark Souls Lite™. If you like that kind of thing, you should play it. Even if you don’t like that kind of thing, you should play it anyway, because it’s fantastic and heck, I’m far from the world’s biggest fan of Dark Souls. But Rogue Legacy is just a bucket of fun and it’s available on a variety of platforms.
You should get it! And then promptly get addicted to it. I’m not kidding, this game is like a can of Pringles. Once you pop the fun don’t stop and all that.