Part turn-based strategy game about conquering an Aztec empire, and part real-time hack-and-slash 2D action, Aztez showed a lot of promise.
The difference is that in Aztez battles are fought through real-time sidescrolling brawls with a robust combat system consisting of multiple combos and weapons.
“The strategy half of the game is built procedurally, meaning that environmental factors and scenarios, among other factors, will be different every time you play.”
Eurogamer contributor Steve Haske previewed Aztez nearly four years ago, and even then found it was shaping up to be something special.
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