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Modus Games, Forge Reply Studios
Sep 20, 2022 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, PC

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Critics Recommend

5 / 10
PC Gamer
56 / 100
2 / 5
Hobby Consolas
67 / 100
IGN Italy
9 / 10
IGN Spain
5 / 10
God is a Geek
7 / 10
85 / 100
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Critic Reviews for Soulstice

Soulstice is a competent action game with creative monsters, but they're doomed to live in a bland setting with tedious level design.

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A meaty action game let down by a persistently rubbish camera and a lack of variation in its stages.

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"Opening and closing fields to match the thing you're trying to kill has all the fussiness of a game of Simon Says – in that nothing you do counts unless you've remembered to hit the right button first"

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A solid game with good intentions, but that falls far short of the greats of the genre. As an appetizer it's fine, but hack and slash lovers probably prefer to wait for Bayonetta 3... or back to Devil May Cry 5.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

A great hack 'n' slash that can stand proudly near the sacred monsters of the genre.

Review in Italian | Read full review

Soulstice is a textbook hack & slash that shows a lack of risk and attachment to certain design patterns that do more good than harm. Its combat system, interesting at base, is displaced by a plot and a progression system that have more prominence than they should. However, if you are missing more battles in your videoludic day to day, its proposal will give you the dopamine demanded through its best confrontations.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

Soulstice is a competent hack and slasher with a solid core concept and an interesting world history that remains somewhat under-explored.

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Soulstice does an exceptional job of keeping the player engaged throughout its entirety. The amount of content just within the combat is jaw-dropping, so much so that it feels like Reply Game Studios aren't saving anything for a sequel. There's a lot to discover (and a lot to master) as you slowly trek through its massive world and uncover one of the most enjoyable detective-style stories that I've come to experience.

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