Chroma Squad Reviews (Windows)
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RPGFan (Aug 02, 2015)
A love letter to all things Sentai and Tokusatsu, Chroma Squad will make all of us morph into the ranger inside.
Arcade Sushi (May 05, 2015)
The gameplay is a bit repetitive, but the strong story more than keeps you interested. The combat is simplistic enough to be fun and strategic without becoming overly difficult or tedious. The mech battles and formulaic gameplay do weigh Chroma Squad down in the long run, but not enough to impact your overall enjoyment of the game. Not every episode plays exactly the same even though it follows the same basic structure, so there is enough variation to keep the moment-to-moment gameplay fun. Whether or not you grew up watching Power Rangers is irrelevant since the game and its story hold up well without relying on those types of references. Despite its flaws Chroma Squad is a very fun experience that should not be missed.
Destructoid (May 04, 2015)
Zordon may have wanted "teens with attitude," but Chroma Squad and its unabashed, utterly geeky love-in for all things tokusatsu shows something even harder to find: A game with heart and soul. That heart shines through the rough edges, and in some ways even turns them to its advantage. It might have taken quite a while in getting here, but fans of spandex-clad superheroic finally have the videogame to help them fill that little fantasy.
Shacknews (May 01, 2015)
When my final season of Chroma Squad came to an end, I found myself completely enamoured with all of the work Behold Studios put into it. From the constant breaking of the fourth wall, to the bosses that felt like they’d actually be included in an episode of Power Rangers, like a boxing cardboard box or a Teletubbie-like character called TV Teddy. Chromas Squad scratches both my nostalgia and strategy RPG itch in places that have long been left unscratched, and it’s a game I hope Behold Studios has plans to make more of.
Game Informer Magazine (May 08, 2015)
Chroma Squad looks and sounds like a great Power Rangers game, but repetitive mechanics prevent it from reaching its full potential.
Brash Games (Aug 21, 2015)
With some narrative flaws and somewhat repetitive game play Chroma Squad is held up by its polish and shameless confident style. With the added bonus of great amount of team customization and also managing to meld its narrative perfectly with its moment to moment game play. But not outside of it. Where immersion is broken and the players role as you progress through the narrative become ambiguous.
Diehard GameFan (May 11, 2015)
In the end, Chroma Squad is a great game for fans of Power Rangers and other Sentai shows. Its humor, references, and presentation will delight fans. However, the game is lacking the strategical depth to really stand out in the genre. It’s a fine game, but not so good that you’ll end up playing instead of the old stand-bys. Just keep that in mind before you decide to buy it.