When the battle of the bands is a literal battle and the enemy bands are demons, who doesn’t like it? No one, that’s the one. Power Chord is a roguelike deck builder, in which you can form a team of musicians, and then use their musical prowess to develop an unstoppable strategy to defeat the enemy’s demonic band to close the mouth of hell that is open on the surface. Or whatever.
For me, Power Chord is really outstanding, because it is not trying to be Slay the Spire, Monster Train, Darkest Dungeon, or mixing these three together like many indie games. It is a self-contained game with unique beauty, music and game style. Four band positions: drummer, bassist, guitarist and singer have their own roles in the party.
The strategy depends on how you combine and decide to use each character’s card to win. If you lose a particular character, you will lose their cards until you can get them to act again, which can put a lot of pressure on your style. In other games, you have a lot of equipment to upgrade yourself, but in Power Chord, you have to choose what each character equips in their own limited slots.
I spent some time on the free demo provided on Steam and liked what I saw. The diversity of enemies is very good, as is the structure of the battles and events you encounter on the way to the level boss.Power chord Will be released on Steam In an early visit in December.