- Aug 28, 2009
Personally the two things that worry me the most (from what i hear) is the lack of enemy variety and the lack of interesting environments both in terms of aesthetics as well as level design gameplay-wise. These are the things Souls games (and Bloodborne) do so well and they are the things that most Souls -like games suffer the most like Nioh,The Surge and now Code Vein. Even Sekiro didn't had that level of enemy and environment variety that Souls games had.These are the guys that made god eater games. Those game had no impact with weapons when used on enemies and they seem to bring that here too. People are right the impact is missing. But the game has its positives. The customization is insane. You can go full weeb mode here. Along with the amount of abilities that you can use is pretty insane. And remember you can switch your blood code on the fly making different strategies with ease.
I'm enjoying my time even with the flaws. At least there's no screen tearing like there was in the surge 2 which made me sick at times.
Coop is fun as well. The game has a lot going for it with some flaws. No game is gonna best the souls series but this gives a different flavour.
People bashing the game just based on footage alone are going to miss out on a flawed gem here
I really hope devs who want to do Souls-like games put more effort in those departments in the future.