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PS (Apr 21, 2016)
Das Konzept ist interessant, nutzt sich trotz auflockernder Raubzüge durch zufällig generierte Mini-Dungeons sowie Trillions Wandlungs- und Beschwörungsfähigkeiten aber mit der Zeit spürbar ab. Auch Ereignisse und Dialoge beginnen sich zu wiederholen und trotz humoristischer Bemühungen an Reiz zu verlieren. Unterm Strich wird aber trotzdem sympathisch inszenierte und spielerisch solide Rundentaktik serviert.
PS VitaRPG Site (Apr 07, 2016)
While Trillion: God of Destruction does an exceptional job in setting up its premise and having you care about the plight of its characters, the gameplay and combat mechanics left me feeling disappointed. Fans of turn-based dungeon crawlers may want to give this one a try, but be prepared for a marathon of character building. For the record, I would still love to see a sequel.
PS VitaDiehard GameFan (Apr 06, 2016)
Trillion: God of Destruction is a very unique game that is quite unlike anything you’ve likely ever played. It presents itself well through likeable character and art designs, as well as decent voice acting, and it’s an easy game to like aesthetically. Unfortunately the positive feelings evoked by the uniqueness of the game are considerably diminished due to its limited gameplay variety. The story is what one would really commit to Trillion for, and while it’s interesting, there are better stories to behold in games with better gameplay mechanics. Those who love games with romance elements and heavy stat management will definitely find something to love here, but everyone else may find it too obtuse or awkward to play for long.