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Beautiful visuals, a great soundtrack, and an intriguing (but flawed) combat system fails to offset the bad storytelling 0
At first glance, Transistor looks like a sci-fi version of Supergiant Games’ Bastion. With the paint-style graphics, isometric perspective, and the voice of Bastion narrator Logan Cunningham constantly feeding you information about the story, I was a bit worried that Supergiant played it a bit safe with Transistor – sticking to the formula that was successful for them. With Transistor being only their second game, I was also a bit worried that Supergiant would become a sort of one-tr...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
I’ve been instructed by the various marketing campaigns of Dark Souls II to prepare myself for death. Death is inevitable in life and death is inevitable in Dark Souls II. You will die in Dark Souls II. You will die a lot in Dark Souls II. I would argue that one can never truly be prepared for death. Instead, one should ask, “Is death worth it?” In the case of Dark Souls II, the answer is yes. Dark Souls II does not stray very far from the formula set by its predecessors. In fa...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.