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SuperEpic: The Entertainment War Review

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SuperEpic: The Entertainment War

This Metroidvania is so much fun, I love it! It has a story with a lot of humor. It doesn’t have missable achievements, but please destroy every camera you see during your playthrough.


Approximate amount of time to 100%: around 30h (12-15 for the main campaign and the same amount of time for RC Rogue)
Estimated achievement difficulty: 6/10
Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 time the main story, a lot of times the rogue mode
Is there a good guide available: No
Multiplayer achievements: No
Missable achievements: No
Grinding Achievements: Yes, the weapons in Rogue mode
DLC-Only achievements: No
Time-gated achievements: No
RNG-achievements: No
Does difficulty affect achievements: No difficulty option
Unobtainable/glitched achievements: No

I love this Metroidvania-style game. The story is fun and has a lot of humor in it, which I seem to enjoy a lot lately. You’re fighting against a gaming corporation that tries to make their players addicted to their stupid mobile games, so they will spend all their money on microtransactions. While doing this, you might also play some mobile games yourself, since it sometimes offers to unlock something extra by scanning a QR code with your mobile or tablet. You can still unlock everything without it, but it adds so much more to the story, if you use this function.

I enjoyed the gameplay, but had a hard time finding back specific rooms. While working on the Rogue Mode, which is a sort of New Game+, a new update releases. That lets you put markers on the map, which should make it a lot easier to find things again.

If you’re going for the achievement, destroy every single camera you see; even if you don’t need the health item that comes from it. Destroy every camera you see, because you need to destroy all the cameras in the game for one sidequest.

Most of the achievements, you’ll get from playing the main game, a few are for the previously mentioned, more challenging, Rogue Mode, which unlocks during the beginning of the main game. None of the achievements are missable. My last achievement was for buying all the 32 weapons in the Rogue Mode, which was a bit of a grind. Otherwise, this game was amazing and I had so much fun playing it.



This review is written on 22 January 2020 based on the Steam version which has 24 achievement when I write this review. The information can be outdated when developers add or remove achievements.