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It’s a visual feast which lacks any real meat, turning to repetitive combat far too often.
There’s nothing wrong with that if a murderthon is what you’re after, something which Ryse will oblige in bringing to you in spades.
It might not have helped itself by trying to bring about the death of the “true” exclusive with its Play Anywhere feature.
Of all the games available on the system, it only has just over that you can’t find anywhere else.
Despite releasing only early last year, it’s been harshly overlooked and already seemingly forgotten about, but it really shouldn’t be.
Absolutely worth checking out if you like blood and guts, though, so approach it with an open mind if you want to be pleasantly surprised.During the 360’s lifetime, returning franchises from the original Xbox were given welcome updates alongside fresh IPs making themselves mascots for a new generation.There was also stellar third-party support, but most consumers were swayed enough by the likes of Halo and Gears of War to stick around.Already a cult favourite, D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die is an episodic story-driven game which is difficult to explain.It features scuffles with a woman cat (not Catwoman), QTE fistfights on aeroplanes, and cel-shaded visuals that capture the eye.
Madder than the Mad Hatter after stubbing his toe, D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die isn’t going to be for everyone.