The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia
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The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia is a disappointing game for fans of Nakaba Suzuki anime, and doesn't have enough to even appeal to fighting or action game fans.
An exceptionally average anime adaptation, this arena brawler doesn’t do enough to hold the attention of its intended audience
You won't find anything here that makes the original Manga so special but the game manages to delivery some interesting side quests and gameplay to keep you entertained for some hours.
Review in German | Read full review
If you are a fan of The Seven Deadly Sins, maybe you can find something enjoyable in this game. The gameplay is simple, and the graphics are not very polished, so if you are looking for a good fighting game, you have better options to look for.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
At the very least, I was hoping this would be a game to entice people to check out the series or highlight the great moments that make Seven Deadly Sins a great Shōnen anime. Instead, we have a game that could potentially confuse newcomers, and which provides very little for big fans of the series.
Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia is a compact but pleasant action game that has a surprising amount of content for fans of the show to enjoy.
Overall cutscenes are stunning and using vivid colors makes it beautiful in a way. Locations for battle mode or just the map of Britannia is breathtaking. Simple combat systems although stiff and laggy but humorous conversation exchange between characters may want you to give in a little.
The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia is an incredibly fun, addicting and fast paced action brawler that fans of the anime series will really enjoy. If you enjoyed how the Naruto Ninja Storm or Dragon Ball Budokai games played you’ll feel right at home with this game. While it is let down by it’s visual quality at times and you may find yourself struggling with the camera during a battle it still had me returning over and over again to try and unlock that next rune to make my favourite characters even better.
All said, The Seven Deadly Sins is a fun anime franchise, and that sense of fun does translate to the game. It's not a perfect game by any means, and has some genuinely aggravating elements, though, and that means it is going to be one that only fans of the franchise are going to enjoy.
Despite its best intention to create an interactive story adventure, The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia can be incredibly repetitive with its missions. There is a lot of flashy combat but the performance in battle is highly disappointing and the camera can be difficult to follow making it tricky to land combos.