Review: Krater

Krater is a game that feels like it belongs in the post-apocalyptic world it unfolds in. It’s like a mechanical boy built in the image of the action and squad-based RPGs of our time, pieced together from what the survivors understand of those games of old, a pull-string on its back muttering phrases plucked from those games and players alike.

You start the game – you pull that string – and the mechanical voice speaks. “War, war never changes,” or so the gruff voice says…Continue