Hades

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Lizarino
9.7 / 10.0
One of the best games I've played in the last few years, and I don't even like roguelites much This is the first game I've reviewed, or played, that I'd give a 10/10. + Amazing art style and graphics + Satisfying gameplay and combat + Great soundtrack and sound effects + Good variety in each run + Great story and dialogue + Voice lines barely, if ever, repeat + Always new
Date Reviewed:
Dec 3, 2020
Hours Played: 30
Beat the Game: Yes
Platform: PC
Fan of the Genre: No
Fan of the Series: No
Never having really taken an interest in roguelikes and dungeon crawlers, Hades was a game that upon first sight peaked my interest thanks to it's beautiful and unique visualisation of greek mythology which paired with its fluid and crisp combat makes for an absolute treasure of a game. From The depths of Tartarus to the towering heights of Mount Olympus, Hades is sketched
Date Reviewed:
Oct 27, 2020
Hours Played: 27
Beat the Game: Yes
Platform: PC
Fan of the Series: No
Hades is a fantastic rogue-lite that's made for all types of players, even if you don't like these types of games. SuperGiant has made dying, an integral aspect of the genre, part of the narrative itself, giving you something to look forward to even if you fail. You play as Prince Zagreus, son of Hades, trying to make his way out of the underworld to get away from his autocratic
Date Reviewed:
Oct 20, 2020
Hours Played: 30
Beat the Game: Yes
Platform: Switch
Fan of the Genre: Yes
Fan of the Dev: Yes
Social Play: Played mostly solo
Nersius
6 / 10
Minor Spoilers Ahead (gameplay systems and story structure) Hades' beginning leaves the impression that it will be Super Giant's best game yet, having integrated so many features from its previous masterful titles. In the end, Hades is easily its worst. Begin the game learning about new enemies and 'boons' every run, a number of diverse movesets steadily open up to the player,
Date Reviewed:
Oct 7, 2020
Hours Played: 77
Beat the Game: Yes
Platform: PC
Fan of the Dev: Yes
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