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About the author Jason Schreier. Jason Schreier News editor. Email Twitter Posts. Club TV Club. The Root The Grapevine. It makes you think about what you need to improve upon and when you do kill that enemy that's been a thorn your side for ages the sense of satisfaction is unparallelled. Speaking of bosses, most of the bosses in this game I liked or loved fighting, even the highly challenging ones, In fact especially the challenging ones, there are two bosses I came across that I felt where too easy compared to bosses I fought at earlier stages and in fact quite boring.
Besides that though the rest are awesome with great soundtracks accompanying the fight. I felt my knuckles whiten as I was franticly trying to kill this boss or enemy and gain my blood echoes the games first form of currency, used for gear, items and levelling up after dying previously. The games main story and subplots are not as easy to review mainly as its a "go and figure it out yourself" type deal which I personally liked and it's not too difficult to get what's going on though near the end you kinda go wtf is that about and speaking of endings there are three possible endings depending what choice you make and if you gathered certain items.
I won't spoil what they are but I went for the third one as it seemed the most complete ending and I got an ex machina vibe from it, I preferred the other two endings I saw on YouTube. Other gripes I have is that I didn't find all the armour sets that great, there are maybe three or four that I'd use, though I love the weapons at least the Melee as most of the side arms are a bit inept which is fine as it would have defeated the purpose of the game that i've used and despite the fact there's only really two now that I use frequently I would happily use the others and there is a great variety of unique weapons.
Another gripe is that sometimes, usually with bosses I did feel that I was cheated, either a boss or an enemy would spam the same attack over and over or I'd suddenly be surround by enemies that came out of no where. Possibly my biggest complaint though is that when your a higher level, going through the areas at the beginning to farm blood echoes to help level up so you can advance more easily through the area your stuck at can feel repetitive when your pretty much op and aren't really threatened by those enemies that once put the fear of God in you, the game looses a bit of its horror aspects in that regard.
One thing though that I did like and was actually surprised by was the multiplayer which is not as in your face as other games like cod, destiny and so on. You can select from preset text this I imagine is to avoid detailed spoilers or tactics to leave notes that offer some cryptic advice or just leave a inspiring message, which can be found by other players in their world and they then rate them fine which restores your health or foul which removes it if enough people rate it foul also you can join or invade other gamers to help them out or kill them and vice versa.
It's a nice addition that is appreciated in this day and age. I could go on in fact I would but all that matters is that bloodborne is a master piece in my opinion, there's so much more I could talk about, tiny little features like opening shortcuts to get around an area quicker, the chalice dungeons and the unique enemies. All in all bloodborne is a great game, and like I said I've already started a new game plus and I look forward to fighting old foes. Explore popular and recently added TV series available to stream now with Prime Video. Start your free trial. Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet!
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