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WARSAW – World War 2 Darkest Dungeon [Gameplay]

WARSAW is a challenging WWII turn-based tactical rpg taking place in a war torn city and sporting beautiful hand painted graphics. Become a YouTube member and support Odd here: 👇🏻 OTHER GAME PLAYTHROUGHS 👇🏻
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Use everything at your disposal to help a team of accidental heroes survive the onslaught in their home city and overcome tremendous odds stacked against them in this tactical rpg set on the streets of occupied Warsaw of 1944.

Enlist the help of men and women, soldiers and civilians, the young and the old and use their unique skills, expertise and abilities to challenge the enemy. Meet people from all walks of life united in their attempt to overthrow the German occupiers.

Create a mix of versatile skills that will allow you to flank your enemies, detonate obstacles, snipe stragglers and push or pull enemies into the area where your carefully planned attacks deal the most damage.
Make sure your Heroes are stacked with the right weapons salvaged, obtained from the enemy or air drops. Develop them using medal system to unlock a unique set of skills, and construct the best team of all the Heroes – both joining the forces and enlisted in the Hideout in exchange for the collected resources.

Make your way on the carefully reconstructed map of Warsaw of 1944, encountering both historical and random events that immerse you in the story of the city that valiantly stood up to the Nazi oppressor. Patrol the streets fulfilling the orders issued by HQ, discover facts about the past of your Heroes and decide when to fight, and when to withdraw.

Learn all the strengths and weaknesses of your assigned team. Find the best combination of personnel, weapons and skills to overcome more and more lethal enemies thrown to quell the uprising. Fight your way through infantry, specialized troops, heavily armed units, special ordnance and armored vehicles. Make your choices in the many story infused events and live with their results. And don’t let the ever increasing ferocity and intensity of forces thrown your way stop you from your one goal. Turning your Heroes into survivors. Not victims.

Turn-based tactical rpg with characters of varying classes, and with skill and resource management in immersive WWII setting
A deep tactical combat system with multitude of complementing skills, weapons and character abilities
Character stories and backgrounds delivered through gameplay as well as numerous historical and fictional events happening under specific game’s circumstances
Incredible replay value due to non-linear gameplay

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44 thoughts on “WARSAW – World War 2 Darkest Dungeon [Gameplay]

  1. One suggestion don't do playtroughs that you are not going to finish. Or at least tell the viewers that you are cutting it short or make a wrap up video. Cuz is really underwhelming to get to the end of an unfinished playtrough. Specially considering you barelly scrached the surface with Darkest Dungeon, you did the same with Divinity Original Sin 2 and is a shame cuz that game is a masterpiece. You should probably play DD modded is a lot of fun and it makes the game a lot more manageable if you are worrying about "youtube" friendly playtrough speed.

  2. Would be nice if you could play as german. I'm so fed up with these kind of games, always being forced to play the damn allies.

  3. I'm not killing any more "nazis" ever again in my life.
    Sending a woman out on the battlefield…how low. Why not children?

    Sending women into the meatgrinders is like using food as ammunition in a war that's about attrition and starvation.
    One woman = 1 child, on average, every 9 months, no matter how many men come to her to breed, you can't speed that process up.
    One man = Can potentially impregnate a whole village, that would be dumb, but it's possible.

    Women are too precious to throw away for NO reason, it's not like she does anything better, in fact, it's worse on women. It's needlessly cruel.
    Yeah, not gonna shoot any "evil nazis", I'd rather shoot those who endanger women for no good reason, instead. Her bullets won't fly faster, or harder. It's just hell, why subject her to it when she's so precious.

  4. The only thing that inspires more hopelessness and despair than the realization that we're a just temporary insignificant flickers in an uncaring universe…

  5. The chick on the cover/title screen looks just like artist renditions of Lyudmila Pavlichenko

    I’m all for this and i haven’t even watched yet

  6. I have now subbed now go find more games like this(or mods that would do to) I have faith that you have good taste in games

  7. Few quick tips on polish —

    W is said as v
    ł is said as w
    Cz is said as ch
    Ch is said as h
    Sz is said as sh
    ą is said as o
    And r is said like saying L and R as one letter (verry hard)

    If you somehow See This i hope it helps

  8. I can already imagine the end game With Nazi Officers and Heavy Gunners using the MG 42
    with you leading your Trusted Buddies

  9. Right off the bat, I noticed the ammo thing, so I'm gonna share a story that I heard from a guy I worked with once. The story came straight from his grandfather, so I have absolutely no reason to doubt its veracity. Here goes:

    Some years ago, the Warsaw Uprising museum opened in Warsaw (side note – if you are in Warsaw, check it out, sundays the entry is free). Grandfather, being a veteran, decided to go. Once there, the young girl, who was a tour guide, was telling visitors about the german MG-42, and how it can fire 1200 rpm. It is at this point, that the grandfather chimes in, and says that during the uprising, he had one like it. Visibly impressed, the guide (who probably never fired a gun in her life, even at the range) asked him, how did it feel to have such firepower in his hands.

    The veterans reply?

    I don't know, lady, I only had 18 bullets.

  10. "I'm not Polish although I would love to be" that was so wholesome and probably the nicest thing I heard about Poland from a foreigner ever
    thank u for warming my heart <3

  11. I like how the german soldiers literally have no eyes.

    Reminds me of Saving Private Ryan, where the german soldiers literally didn't make any sounds or movements of pain when they died.

    It's almost as if they want to portray germans as unfeeling machines who deserve no pity whatsoever.

    If this is what goes on even eight decades after the war, doesn't that kind-of-sort-of validate pretty much everything that Hitler fella did?
    I dislike the fucking germans as much as the next guy(and then some), but to portray them like this is nothing but overblown, outdated wartime propaganda. I only know one german who has buttons made of human bones, covers his books with human skin and feeds on the flesh of young children. Hardly a stereotype.

    My point is that stuff like this is what compels people to draw swastikas on synagogues.

  12. Playing Warsaw
    Great-Grandpa: What r u playing
    Me: Its a game about Warsaw Uprising
    Great-Grandpa: Y r u shooting the good guys
    me: Grandpa wtf

  13. So you're telling me my Dismas can use point blank three times in a row before anyone else does anything on my team

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