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Review: Triangle Strategy is a strong but flawed tactics game

Gorgeous artwork and strong characters take the center stage, though it isn't without shortcomings.

Since the launch of Octopath Traveler, much has been made of the unofficial "2D-HD" series, games that use a mixture of sprites and HD artwork to great effect. As the latest collaboration between Square Enix and Nintendo, Triangle Strategy carries on this aesthetic but this time, instead of a JRPG, it's a story-focused tactics game, with a heavy emphasis on the story.

Triangle Strategy's epic narrative focuses on Serenoa Wolffort, heir to House Wolffort, loyal vassals of Glenbrook. When tragedy strikes the delicate balance between three nations — Glenbrook, Hyzante, and Aesfront — Serenoa is forced to make hard decisions and seek the counsel of his companions. Central to the narrative is the game's unique decision-making mechanic, the Scales of Conviction, as while you can try to convince someone of a particular choice, ultimately, everyone gets a vote into what will happen when ...

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