No Sun to Worship
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Critic Reviews for No Sun to Worship
If like me, you have been itching for another Splinter Cell, then No Sun to Worship will scratch that itch. The unforgiving slow-paced stealth gameplay is worth experiencing, however, its short playtime left me wanting so much more. There’s a solid foundation here that could easily be expanded upon. I look forward to seeing more projects from Antonio Freyre in the future!
No Sun To Worship is a short experience, but it packs plenty of cool ideas into its levels to ensure that its stealth action is a lot of fun. There are plenty of little intricacies on offer such as absorbing enemy bodies for health, approaching enemies in different ways, or balancing your health when hiding your footsteps, whilst the varied levels each bring something different to the fray to change up the way you play. It’s a versatile experience, and whilst it is simple in design, there are a lot of cool things going on to keep players hooked in. There are some instances where it can feel a little slow-paced and formulaic, whilst re-playing levels when you die can be a pain (especially when you were SO close to completion the first time around). It didn’t stop me from having a really good time with the game though, so much so that I wish it was a more fleshed out experience that really let me dive into its intriguingly dark world.