Warlocks 2: God Slayers
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Developer: Frozen District
Publisher: Fat Dog Games
Genres: Adventure, RPG
Challenge the vile gods and dethrone them in this action-packed hack’n' slash experience with wizards and meteor showers.
God Slayers is a brand new story.
Take the role of one of the Warlocks and face the gods themselves, as slashing hordes of shadow monsters in the past have angered them, to say the least.
The Order of Warlocks has been called to challenge and dethrone arrogant gods from the thrones - make them pay for their betrayal.
Hilarious pixel art with hand-drawn animations.
Dynamic hack 'n slash experience in solo, local and online co-op (up to 4 players).
More than 40 types of challenging enemies that work together to take you down, using their unique skill sets.
5 different types of Warlocks to choose, each with their own abilities to unlock throughout the game.
Special familiar slot for your character (with evolutions!).
8-10 hours of gameplay to complete the solo adventure with one Warlock.
Giant, powerful bosses waiting to get slayed.
Extensive maps with tons of randomly generated loot to be picked up.
Colorful narration with plenty of jokes and humour.
Fast-paced combat empowered by 5 character class system with respective strengths, progression structure which allows players obtain new abilities that are unlocked through the skill trees and a familiar system on top of that will give you the most satisfying hack & slash experience
Warlocks 2: God Slayers - Fights Gameplay
Warlocks 2: God Slayers - Announcement Trailer
Warlocks 2: God Slayers - Steam Trailer
Warlocks 2: God Slayers lets players work to become a powerful warlock as they help the Order and destroy gods. The combat can get repetitive, but isn't too challenging until you encounter the bosses. With several characters to choose from, you'll be able to fight in multiple different combat styles.
There's no denying Warlocks 2: God Slayers has really improved upon the original game that completely bypassed a Nintendo platform release. The larger levels, more refined character traits and continued support for co-op play does help it stand out among its Metroidvania-esque, pixel art-styled brethren. However, the lack of support for online play (something present on PC and other version of the game) takes the shine off this package, especially for a game that's substantially more fun to play with others.