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Berserk and The Band of the Hawk

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Based on 70 critic reviews
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67

Top Critic Average

33%

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Available on:PlayStation 4Feb 21, 2017
PCFeb 21, 2017

Publisher: Tecmo Koei Games

Genres: Action, RPG

Berserk and the Band of the Hawk is based on the world-renowned series Berserk by Kentarou Miura, and blends the signature 'one versus thousands' style action of the long-running Warriors franchise with the grim and gruesome atmosphere of Berserk. Players will follow the daring and heroic journey of Guts, Griffith, Casca and the Band of the Hawk as they slash and smash their way through a sinister realm of magical and demonic fiends.

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Berserk and the Band of the Hawk is mindlessly repetitive, but its combat is still somehow addictive enough to be an enjoyable action game with a dark-fantasy story that stays true to its source, most suitable for fans of Berserk. It even left me craving to try out new characters in Endless Abyss Mode. But it desperately needs more challenge and variety to carry it through its campaign, especially considering you can't bring a friend with you.

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An astonishingly shallow and repetitive game even by Dynasty Warriors standards, and one that’s unlike to satisfy even the most hardcore fan.

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Anime's most well known hack-and-slashing mercenary joins gaming's most prolific hack-and-slash series with mixed results.

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Do you want to slice some demons into little meat chunks as a troubled badass, and perhaps missed out on the great Dreamcast and PS2 renditions of Berserk? Get Band of the Hawk. Seeing the story continue past the Golden Age is enough for an enthusiast to buy in. Otherwise, wait for the price to match what's being offered.

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