That looks great, any word on a release date?
Didn't see a thread on this, but looks solid and interesting. PS4/Vita timed exclusive. Supposedly coming to PC via Steam months later. Though it's a platformer, doesn't look like it's going to be uber difficult like many of the recent platformers we've seen of late. Looks like there is more emphasis put on combat/ambiance.
Sometime this year. I can't find an official date yet unfortunately.
I'm only around 3 hours in but it's pretty damn good so far.
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Been playing this most of the day on / off and really enjoying it. Will wait until later to post more stuff but so far worth the $18.
I dont post often (ever), but I wanted to add my 2cp to bump the tread because I'm in love with this game. I'm 4 hours into this and find it a perfect blend of metroidvania and a souls game. If you are a souls fan its a must buy. There's a heavy focus on timing attacks and learning patterns, very tight controls, tons of armor / weapons with upgrading, parry mechanic, stat scaling, magic, consumables, etc. Pretty much all the "souls" type mechanics but in a 2d side scroller. Combat is very satisfying. I love the nice wet crack and blood spray when you catch a skull with the end of your morning star. There are lots of different weapon types with different ranges and movesets. Also has a decent variety of "classes" with different talent trees to go down, daggers, katana, swords, greatswords, maces, hammers, magic, guns, bows, etc. 9/10 for me so far.
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Dayum. Guess i'm gonna download this bitch then, it looks like a lot of fun
It is absolutely worth it considering the price.
Ditto the above on movesets. Every weapon I have tried so far (not far into the game at all) have had different combos and move sets. You can also parry and initiate combos from that.
Started with a mage, though it works like any Souls game where you can start a class to get the base skills and decide to go in a completely different direction.
You have lost salt forever....
I lose far more souls/salt in this than in a regular Souls game. Black knights are back in full force. You really do need to stop playing it like a platformer and consider it a souls game and take it slow.
It is really awesome, having a hard time putting it down. Up to Kraeken Wyrm and it is pushing my shit in. Been almost exclusively pole arm + shield + extended reach charm.
Bought this just now, but holding off until I at the very least beat Scholar of the First Sin. I say at the very least because I'm not sure I wanna spend too much time on the DLC with this in queue and Dark Souls 3 next month.
Regardless, the quality if not the quantity of hype here has me excited to give it a go.
I suck ass at this game. DaS/DeS/Bloodborne are pretty god damn easy for me but being a 2D platformer style game just annihilates me lol
It's a lot of fun though!
Keep going! Need more Rerolled bros playing and talking. Just had my first crash though. Didn't corrupt my save or anything except that my playtime went from like 15 hrs to 45 hrs, not sure what's up with that.
Found a level 2 sword Taecuchi or something and upgraded it to +6. I'm a dervish of death. With a +fire charm and a reduced sta for melee ring I can do like 9 hit combos.
Started it last night. Lot of fun, but the village area is kicking my ass. I haven't really taught myself to block and roll yet, though.
I was making the mistake of trying to 1v1 those 'black knight' dudes that are there. Parry/Riposte does a whopping 13 damage to them, after like 15 i just moved on lol
Ended up grinding like 10 levels at the beginning, which made that village a lot smoother.. 1 shot the boss there $$
The second one I encountered was a lot easier - just abused the nearby staircase. Haven't beaten one legitimately yet, though
Btw if anyone is wondering the size of the game found this map when I was looking for something else driving me crazy. It is kind of spoilery in that it has a suggested progression, but it is like the old hand drawn low detail map. So it'd be hard to use it for anything meaningful.
This game is a great surprise. It is, literally, a 2d souls game. Highly recommended.
Pretty good game so far, I'm four bosses in. I desecrated a shrine to see what would happen, and I got my shit pushed in by some enemies that spawned. I think I gotta go absolve my sin to reclaim the shrine but Im not too sure yet.
I took the no gods option and then said something to the girl at the second shrine that changed my flask. Love playing this blind because there hasn't been enough time for the wiki to have all the information on choice concequences.
Draegan's bitch ass sold us out to MMORPG.com
Exodus underway to ReReRolled.org - A Gaming Community
Yea I found the girl that takes care of sins, but she wanted 10k salt I think, ugh.
Damn, this game makes me feel like I'm too fucking old at 31 to play games. Haven't had to platform hop in a 2d sidescroller in a while and apparently I can't do it anymore. Keep falling to my death on the crumbly walkways in the underground village
The red shards or the flask one that is replenished at sanctuary? If those that'd be terrible.
Also don't forget that stat skills on the skill tree can be leveled up 3x. Like a dex or str node can go three points. I started using that bc there was no point in taking armor class 3, bows 3, etc..
The latter. And yeah it's terrible. I was drunk though, so when I get home and make sure I didn't just remove them from hotbar or something. Gamekiller if they're really gone though
Good game, picked it up right before Dark Souls 3 but finally got to playing it. Definitely has a Souls/Metroidvania feel. Recommended.
2hander is fun.
Yea I felt like once I went 2hander, I just couldnt go back. Getting the Kureimoa(Funny easter egg: This is how a japanese person would pronounce Claymore) in the beginning sets you up nicely for the rest of the game.
Desecrating a sanctuary is no joke. They pulled out all the stops to kick my ass. haha
This game is entertaining.
Finally finished this game up. Good overall despite some cheap deaths and platforming annoyances.
I recommend checking it out if you're done with Dark Souls 3 and looking to scratch the itch, but not willing to go through another DS3 run.
Bumping this as it just released on PC via Steam today. So those of you that don't have a PS4 have a shot now. Definitely worth the 18$
About 3 hours in how and it's pretty great.
Do you ever get a double jump or grapple or anything? Tons of stuff already I just plain cannot reach.
If I skip say, level 2 heavy armor, but pick up level 3, does that save me a point basically or do I still have to go back and buy level 2 for it to work?
No double jump in the game, but you do get some other abilities to get around and reach those areas you can only see for now.
You need to unlock tiered skills in order (Whips 1 before Whips 2, etc.). The game won't let you unlock them without the prerequisite, which I found disappointing.
I probably spent 20 hours on this game, very well worth the cost.
Its $16.19 now until May 24th. Highly recommended.
No online co-op yet, but its still a great game.
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