Dead Cells Review

Posted By   funkymonkey's Avatar funkymonkey   on August 14th, 2018 Report
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No matter how you really look at it, there is nothing better than a well done Roguelike game, which is possibly why the indie scene has been chalk full of them. The latest to hit the scene is Motion Twin’s Dead Cells, a self-proclaimed Castlevania inspired Roguelike with some Souls-style combat.

I've played a few of these procedurally generated roguelike games before, and I wasn't very impressed. However, it sure seems like Dead Cells does a great job of fixing the problems I would have with procedural games.

Most importantly, it sounds like there's a serious effort by the game to make sure that you have multiple paths and several options when you play through the levels. I don't see that happen very often, and it's a great thing to see.

Be sure to check out the full review of Dead Cells, it looks like a great game, specially if you're a fan of retro metroidvania type games.

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