A rock-solid combination of rock-rolling action, deep strategy, and captivating art and music from different ages of history, this is a game of crush or be crushed! Two castles stand opposed; one is yours, the other is your enemy’s. They're a jerk and their castle sucks, so you’re going to try to smash it using an enormous boulder. Even as they build up their defenses, you're ready to roll over them in order to raze that unsightly tower. But beware! There’s a giant boulder headed your way, too.
When you mention Atlus, you usually think of some quirky role-playing game or some project that reeks of “off the beaten path” quality, like Catherine. You wouldn’t really think of a Marble Madness-esque strategy game that dabbles in mythology. But that’s exactly what you get with Rock of Ages, a game that blissfully combines the elements of rolling destruction with strategic planning. It combines just the right balance of both to be something quite worthwhile – though its repetition won’t be for everyone. Over the single player campaign, you’ll run across 23 stages, where you’re pitted against some characters from old-school mythology. You don't taking them on in plain combat. Instead, you're given control of a rolling... Read Review