Skelly Selest

Digerati Distribution, Anthony Case, Caiysware

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4May 21, 2019
Xbox OneMay 24, 2019
PCMay 1, 2018
Nintendo SwitchMay 24, 2019

Developer: Anthony Case

Publishers: Digerati Distribution, Caiysware

Prophecy foretells that one day Hell shall runneth over and the evil dead will spill onto thy Earth. Only the Selestial Order can halt the depraved Hellion tide. Skelly Selest is a score-attack slash dash run ‘n’ gun-athon that places players in the skeletal shoes of a Heavenly Keeper. Take on procedurally-generated gauntlets of hellspawn and bosses, and – with precise fighting prowess – defeat the sinful horrors that lurk in the depths of Hell. - Fight furious battles across several modes, including a roguelite dungeon crawler, endless arena, Boss Rush, challenging Penitence Trials, and even a strategic collectable card game - Visit the Bone Plains, Flesh Gardens, and other charming locations across a vibrant pixel-art hellscape - Make acquaintances with monstrous enemies and bosses - Wield blessed items, weapons, and armor to survive - Rescue a variety of unlockable character classes and spiffy hats
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Reviews

Slaughtering encroaching hellish demons sounds great on paper but Skelly Selest ends up being only enjoyable in short bursts.

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Skelly Selest could easily be a Good to Great game here at SwitchRPG if it wasn’t held back by simple game mechanics that detract from the whole experience. After about five or six hours, I knew the game well enough to start compensating for these shoddy mechanics, but that wasn’t ideal and it sure didn’t feel great. You could forgive Skelly Selest for some of these missteps if it was taking you on a gorgeous journey into the bowels of hell, but it’s not. As it stands, Skelly Selest feels like a title that should win an award for “most to be desired.” It’s fun as long as you can manage the directional combat mechanics, which should never be an issue in a game of this genre. Small gains are made with a variety of game modes, secrets, and powerful upgrades, but it’s just not enough to save Skelly Selest from eternal damnation.

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"Try to deal with the devil."

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