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The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia

NATSUME ATARI Inc., BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment
Feb 9, 2018 - PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5
Weak

OpenCritic Rating

55

Top Critic Average

9%

Critics Recommend

Destructoid
4 / 10
TheSixthAxis
3 / 10
Areajugones
8 / 10
IGN Spain
7 / 10
God is a Geek
5 / 10
GameMAG
5 / 10
Push Square
5 / 10
The Games Machine
5.5 / 10
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The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia Trailers

Seven Deadly Sins Features Trailer #2 | PS4 thumbnail

Seven Deadly Sins Features Trailer #2 | PS4

Seven Deadly Sins - Story and Features Trailer | PS4 thumbnail

Seven Deadly Sins - Story and Features Trailer | PS4

Seven Deadly Sins - Gameplay Trailer | PS4 thumbnail

Seven Deadly Sins - Gameplay Trailer | PS4


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Critic Reviews for The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia

There's a tease of depth in the fights, and I even managed to have quite a bit of fun when things fell into place. Too often, however, it felt like accidental fun. Like I wanted to enjoy what I was playing so much, I stumbled into a good time.

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It's hard to recommend The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia to anyone but the most hardcore fans of the original series. Even then, though, I feel like a true fan would end their time with this game wishing they could have bought something better. A truncated story mode makes it impossible for newcomers to engage with any of the plot, and what little content that remains will only infuriate existing fans. It would be nice to be able to jump into Duel Mode and bypass Adventure Mode entirely, but when practically the entire cast needs to be unlocked, that really isn't an option. Long-time fans of Seven Deadly Sins might find some joy in seeing their favourite characters make the jump to a big, 3D action game, but that alone is hardly worth suffering through the rest of what this poor package has to offer.

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The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights Of Britannia is a game that will please the anime fans thanks to its wonderful combats and a complete story mode. However, this is not a game for those how are not fond of animation, since it is its best feature.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

A failed attempt to reprise the anime's success with a game that never gets too interesting on its gameplay or its narrative. A missed opportunity to make another a great anime adaptation to videogame

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Surely a game that's looking over at it's anime stablemate green with envy, Knights of Britannia commits the sin of sloth, and ultimately lacks pride.

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GameMAG

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5 / 10
GameMAG

The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia is a game with an interesting idea and unfortunate incarnation.The characters and the fights are made well, but the same type of tasks and poorly submitted story make single-player mode a useless experience, and multiplayer is just boring.

Review in Russian | Read full review

With such stellar source material, it's a real shame that The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia is so disappointing. What could have been an exciting, funny, and rich game has turned out to be a dull experience, offering nothing to players but repetition with little challenge.

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Short, dull, and technically weak, The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia is a mediocre game, that will probably be appreciated only by the younger and more hardcore fans of the saga created by Nakaba Suzuki.

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