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Grotesque Tactics

Grotesque Tactics


Game Summary

Grotesque Tactics combines the features and clichés of Western and Asian console role playing games (such as Fire Emblem, Final Fantasy Tactics) and provides an highly addicting and entertaining change to the current more serious role playing titles. To protect the kingdom from the merciless cult “The Dark Church” which has murdered all heroes and knights you will have to hire dubious soldiers – and rescue jealous maidens who will follow you into combat as your groupies. Up to 10 heroes are deployed in tactical battles to take on the Dark Church with their special abilities.

The developers of Grotesque Tactics are deeply focused to bring across the fascination of the Strategy RPG genre known through more serious titles such as Heroes of Might and Magic, Jagged Alliance or King’s Bounty.

On the side Grotesque Tactics throws a lot of dialogues and a grand story in your face mimicking the whole RPG genre in a most humorous way including numerous side blows towards Oblivion, Final Fantasy or Lord of the Rings. Grotesque Tactics is funny with a great plot and gives you a tactical challenge to remember.

Key Features

  • Turn based tactical battles with the funniest animations yet seen in any RPG
  • Distinctive party members such as the arrogant Holy Avatar, the blood thirsty Vampire Solithaire, the sweet but hot-tempered Angel Angelina and many more
  • Gorgeous villages & landscapes and sinister & dark dungeons
  • Scantily dressed maidens to be freed from the grasp of merciless monsters
  • Enormous, highly detailed and very pissed off end bosses
  • Classical RPG elements: Quests, treasures, trade, leveling and outfitting of the party

System Requirements


Operating System: Windows XP/Vista/7
Processor: 2 GHz
Memory: 512 MB for XP, 1.5 GB for Vista/7
Hard Disk: 1 GB
Video: Graphics card with DirectX and Shader 2.0 support
Other: text

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A Tactics RPG with a tongue-in-cheek attitude, it makes light of various groups of people (emos/women/egomaniacs) but in a rathe...r light-hearted way, obviously. Holy Avatar is so ridiculous, yet so awesome an anti-hero.


A funny satire on various RPGs from the past, this turn based RPG is a lot of fun and has some good humor and memorable It has a decent length, but not enough collectibles, weapons, armor, etc. A little on the easy side.


In most cases cRPG games have quite serious plot and atmosphere, sometimes with "slightly" addition of occasional jokes. This on...e is opposite - the whole plot, the members of our team, the NPC's - they are all the parody of archetypes and schemes from fantasy world. Many jokes are, well, quite predictable, but still it is quite nice experience to play in this kind of "loose" cRPG. The combats in this game are turn based (and it is good, because it suits perfectly to the "not too nervous" gameplay), but they are quite simple. In my opinion, this game has mainly two noticable disadvantages - one of them are not too sophisticated combats, they could be more challenging. The second one is not too extensive "adventure mode" - it would be really nice to have "something more" in conversasions and other elements of this game. Anyway, I've spent with this game about 12 hours and it was well spent time.
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