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Death's Door is a delightful isometric action adventure, graced by an inspired art direction and tight controls. Another indie gem from the masters at Devolver Digital.
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Death's Door uses the classic Zelda template to a great extent, but it doesn't really offer anything new. But what is there is precisely crafted.
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Death’s Door is easily one of the best and well-rounded action games that I’ve played this year. It gets all the basics right and then excels with a compelling story and cast of characters, a gorgeous and interesting world to explore, and combat that is intense and extremely enjoyable. It’s an absolute must and has left me now never quite looking at a crow in the same way, always wondering whether it’s about to attack and reap my soul!
Beautiful, rhythmic, inventive and funny, Titan Souls developer Acid Nerve has delivered one of the best Zelda-likes in some time.
Death's Door boils modern action-adventure game design down to its fundamentals, and the reduction is excellent.
Death's Door expertly blends classic dungeon puzzle solving with fast-paced combat encounters to create a memorable adventure across a moody world brimming with secret paths and hidden rewards.
A thoroughly entertaining mix of Dark Souls and Zelda that has few genuinely new ideas but still manages to enthral with a unique charm of its own.
Death's Door presents a compelling world begging to be explored until every secret is found alongside satisfying combat and intriguing lore
For Dark Souls veterans, Death’s Door provides a less stressful but moody journey through a new world that offers familiar gameplay from a new, top-down perspective. But for players who’ve never played a game like this, Death’s Door gradually leads you into the deep end.