Reviews for Bionic Dues

85

Good Indie game

StormSonic | Dec. 14, 2015 | See all StormSonic's reviews »

Bionic Dues is a fast turn-based rogue-like strategy game and that's the first time for me trying the genre, The soundtrack is great, The gameplay is solid, The graphics are fair, The game is pretty hard and takes time to get into if you are not familliar with the genre, I really like the soundtrack and intro music and they are in tune with the game, overall if you are going to buy it then it's worth your money :)

80

a good game

blustar1 | Aug. 29, 2015 | See all blustar1's reviews »

Bionic Dues is a great rougelike with tons of replay ability but beware this game will get you pretty frustrated at least thats what it did to me. so great game just challenging i give it a 80/80

83

An Unexpected Fun

Firestorm200 | Sept. 20, 2014 | See all Firestorm200's reviews »

This game starts with an amazing song at the title screen that may stop u from pressing the play button for several minutes. Bionic Dues has a really good and fast turn based system so that the gameplay is fast and not waiting for everyone to finish. The game is really good at making a varity of weapons, mecha classes and items for customization u can work your imagination and make a variety of effects for each weapon u have and each mecha you own has different weapons and more can be added to them. Also the variety of missions in the game adds lots of fun with different objectives and different difficulties makes good challenges. This is an Amazing Game With Lots of Fun in it

80

Not Bad

CradleOfCorpses | April 2, 2014 | See all CradleOfCorpses's reviews »

Turn-based Roguelike, fun and challenging :)

80

A good roguelike

Cavalieroscuro | Nov. 10, 2013 | See all Cavalieroscuro's reviews »

Bionic Dues is a turn-based roguelite, in which you must beat the campaign choosing among several difficulty levels. You will choose a pilot from a roster of six (you can customize it, of course), making your way until the end of the game (if you can beat it, of course). There is also a mode in which you can't save (with permadeath). If you enjoyed Dungeon of Dredmor, give this game a look.