Silent Storm Reviews

A couple of reviews for Nival and JoWood's Silent Storm have made their way to the web. The first is at ActionTrip with an overall score of 80/100:
Silent Storm is a blend of RPG, strategy and action. In any case, no matter which genre you prefer, Silent Storm is a product well worth the invested money. The open-ended gameplay, comprehensive overall design, and a strong replay value are the game's defining characteristics. Of course, this might not be enough to tackle with the big budget projects, but it's still worth checking out.

And the second is at with an overall score of 86%:
Nival Interactive has forgotten to get rid of some beauty errors but those won't keep you from at least giving this game a chance (or from trying the demo). The graphics, the destructable environment, the physics, the sound effects, the non-linear campaign and the many strategical possibilities make it a very enjoyable game and even one where the long life span is generated by the random missions and the campaign which takes quite a long time to finish.

In the end though, Silent Storm is a game that asks for more and it doesn't really add that many new features to the genre. Especially on the side of roleplaying there's much more to do with the personality of your other team members/npc's but don't have a doubt; this game is definitely worth checking out for every self-respecting turn-based strategy fan.