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Smells like team spirit.

Prodigy Tactics is now available, DRM-free on GOG.com with a 10% launch discount until November 15, 6PM UTC.
Two teams locked in a deadly turn-based battle: while one is positioning itself to attack, the other is setting up its defensive strategy. Use your heroes' unique abilities smartly to pull of powerful synergies, channel Harmony or Dissonance to change the tide, and exit the arena as the victor.

The multiplayer part of the game will be added in the upcoming days.

Note: This game is currently in development. See the FAQ to learn more about games in development, and check out the forums to find more information and to stay in touch with the community.

Watch the trailer.
Post edited November 08, 2017 by maladr0Id
Let's pop this one too.

2 solo modes: training and bastion
Sounds suspicious. No campaign = no purchase.

(which reminds me: Antihero, an awesome digital tabletop game which does have a singleplayer campaign, promises upcoming new content in its most recent update log, so go and buy it.)
Post edited November 08, 2017 by Starmaker

2 solo modes: training and bastion
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Starmaker: Sounds suspicious. No campaign = no purchase.

(which reminds me: Antihero, an awesome digital tabletop game which does have a singleplayer campaign, promises upcoming new content in its most recent update log, so go and buy it.)
There will be a story mode.

I'm interested in this but worried. Boardgames on GoG tend to have issues with DRM-free.

[EDIT] Also available here before Steam. That's unusual.
Post edited November 08, 2017 by tremere110
low rated
Paid Beta/Early Access with Regional Discriminating price on top of that.

no buy
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Starmaker: Sounds suspicious. No campaign = no purchase.

(which reminds me: Antihero, an awesome digital tabletop game which does have a singleplayer campaign, promises upcoming new content in its most recent update log, so go and buy it.)
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tremere110: There will be a story mode.
Thank you, that's good to know (although the post you linked to should have the obligatory "beware of the leopard" notice).
Wishlisted coz im genuinely interested. Will follow its development closely.
I do not buy "in development" games, as i have been burned too many times in the past.

Purchase made ... Please let this be the one time where i am not left disappointed
high rated
That trailer is just silly. "Let's just show a bunch of character animations, but not how the actual game plays."
There is a free demo on Steam for those willing to brave the client:

http://store.steampowered.com/app/626550/Prodigy_Tactics/

Too bad the demo isn't available here.
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Mr.Mumbles: That trailer is just silly. "Let's just show a bunch of character animations, but not how the actual game plays."
This. Watched the trailer, read the description, and I'm still not sure if the game is like HOMM or like Chaos Reborn or what...
Where's the gameplay? That trailer actually lessened my interest - if they only have a few animations to show, it's not a good sign.
Never heard of this, but it's certainly pretty. I looked for more info and what I found was:

-It's a turn-based RPG with an emphasis on combat.
-Final release will be in 2018, with regular monthly updates up until release. Price will increase as more content gets introduced.
-Multiplayer to be added next week.
-Kickstarter game made by French team.

The devs seem active and willing to change the game based on feedback, going by their official forums.
I just noticed there is a WikiPage for the term 'Child Prodigy". XD

Jesus, no wonder no one takes that fucking site seriously.
the 90s are calling - they want their GIF files back ...
do you really need to blow up the store page by 8MB for that ?

and what's up with the regional pricing ?
CIS countries paying the same as the euro countries ? is that intentional ?