Swag and Sorcery Review (PC)

Bring in the new year with the streamlined RPG, Swag and Sorcery. Read on.

The release comes from the talented minds behind Punch Club and Graveyard Keeper. In Swag and Sorcery, players get to create their perfect fantasy village, where they can train and equip their own heroes to go into the world and collect awesome items.

Gameplay in Swag and Sorcery is charming and simple. You can send out three heroes at a time, upgrade their abilities, and send them back out in the world to collect more swag. You have to keep a close eye on their health, because if they die in combat, then they lose all their loot.

The storyline for Swag and Sorcery involves the retrieval of the king's missing suit--which seems like a silly mission--but its important enough to risk your hero's life. One of the best aspects of the game is its simplistic yet exquisite graphics. It looks and feels very old school. However, one of its downfalls, is that its a game full of grinding. Grind, collect loot, repeat. While there is a ton of replayability, the grinding portion can detour some players.

In the end, Swag and Sorcery is a fun and compelling game. It has many charming elements combined with its beautifully colorful graphics. While the grinding can become repetitive, it doesn't hinder the many great elements of Swag and Sorcery.

Score: 7.5 out of 10
Reviewed for PC

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