Undoubtedly different and wide open for possibilities based on your choices, this is a text-heavy but interesting affair
There’s something special about playing games that are wildly ambitious, simply do almost everything their own way, and then generally pull it off. While The Cosmic Wheel Sisterhood may not be everyone’s cup of tea, especially if you’re not looking to spend quite a lot of time just reading everything that is presented to you, if you enjoy titles with complex characters, themes, and quite a lot of latitude for personal expression it could be a real breakthrough for you. In this case when you see the term “deckbuilder” you truly will be doing just that. Element by element creating your own cards, free to honor whatever spirit may be driving you in the moment, may be quite time consuming at first as you read over every option and consider the possibilities of combining them together, but it’s pretty fascinating stuff without a doubt. Then throw in how what you put together further informs your interactions and it’s quite an ambitious hire wire act of ambitious and creative storytelling. If it sounds interesting, be sure to give it a look, for the right audience this will be quite a memorable experience.
Justin Nation, Score:
Nindie Choice! [8.8]