Pirates Outlaws Review (Nintendo Switch OLED)
For our Pirates Outlaws Review, we Play cards, and build our decks to get the best combos! In Pirates, Outlaws pick a character with a pre-made deck. Explore and manage your expedition to get more gold and reputation. Manage your deck and ammo to defeat enemies’ strategy, in a turn-based system.
Pirates Outlaws Review Pros:
- Minimalistic graphics style.
- 489MB Download size.
- Own in-game achievements.
- Tutorials pop up as you play.
- Card battler gameplay.
- The tavern allows you to buy/sell/remove new cards.
- Seven Adventures to unlock – pirates bay, skulls island, souls rift, lost island, northern range, eastern seas, and port Elysia.
- Has a Hearthstone feel.
- You can upgrade your relics and cards.
- So easy to learn and play.
- A lot of new content from the mobile version.
- Levels randomize every run.
- Roguelike, one life then you do a new run.
- Branching world map, you choose your route on the webbed layout of the world. You can tap the choices to see what type of event is awaiting you.
- AP- action points that go down by the amount it takes to reach a destination.
- Really accessible and quick to learn.
- Different types of events- shop, battles, random events.
- Unlock and customise your ship.
- Three game modes – navigate, the arena, and tavern Brawl.
- Each round you get dealt random cards from your deck.
- Ammo- determines what cards you can play. It kind of works like action points in a way.
- Boss battles.
- Repute is needed to unlock new modes and locations. You earn in from playing and you never lose it.
- After a win, you choose one of the three rewards.
- End of trip (run) breakdown and any rewards are given.
- Pirates Outlaws features fourteen heroes and each has unique stats, abilities, and starting deck. Gunner, Sword Master, Explorer, Cursed Captain, Alchemist, Admiral, vigilante, bear tamer, carpenter, fortune teller, unknown captain, Alchemist, musician, admiral, chicken, doctor, inventor, and first mate.
- Fast loading.
- Short events make it perfect to play on commutes.
- Collection is where you can see all unlocked cards. .
- Tons of replayability.
- Quests are a choose one set of missions and each have unique rewards.
- Tap a card or icon to show pop-up info.
Pirates Outlaws Review Cons:
- Basic animations.
- Doesn’t have any online play.
- Sometimes doesn’t load battles and instead plays the battle but whilst on the map.
- RNG dependant.
- time-consuming to unlock extra content like worlds and modes.
- The tutorial misses key info.
- No options or settings like rebind controls or game Options.
Developer: Fabled Game Studio
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- Graphics - 8/108/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 8/108/10
- Length - 9/109/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10