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Any other suggestions of "near-perfect information" games, with minimal RNG?

Posted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 5:17 am
by mikebruce
I'm looking for turn-based tactics, "chess-plus games," with rpg elements, weapons, adventure, base-building, resource management.

Needless to say I love Into the Breach. Here's other strat games I like (they have rng though):

Advance wars 1-4

Fire emblem 6 through 9 top real estate companies in mumbai

A bit unrelated, Plague Inc, yes that really old flash game (i guess it's out on steam too)

Here's what I didn't like: 1 bhk flat for sale in kondhwa pune

Newer Fire Emblems. Too many waifus/tits, didn’t like grinding for abilities and min-maxing child units.

FF tactics for GBA

Wargroove. I beat this 100%. There were irreconcilable issues with gameplay and UI/information for me. For instance, not all the strength-weaknesses are displayed, especially for naval units. The icons patch didn't fix much. Fog-of-war doesn't affect NPC. Sorry but it felt like a worse advance wars.

Xcom, tried to like it but couldn't get into it. Didn't like the art style, the rng, and the ranged gun mechanics.

valkyria chronicles

banner saga (wasn't a fan of the weird 2d/3d perspective)

Things in my "to play" list:

Front Mission

Armello

civ 4 (waiting for winter because I get the feeling it'll consume my time)

phantom doctrine

Re: Any other suggestions of "near-perfect information" games, with minimal RNG?

Posted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 12:35 pm
by 5thHorseman
The first one that jumps out at me is Invisible, Inc. You have a ridiculous amount of information each turn and can pretty much stroll through levels undetected. Until you get detected, at which time the whole game gets 100 times harder. And it was probably your own fault.