If you look at the snow-covered world, there’s something in the dark when you see creatures wandering underground trying to kill you. It’s nice to see you in a warm living room and the story unfolds comfortably, all in brandy. On your side. It’s the same feeling here. You have to be prepared for difficulties when you play. To the last.. It’s a journey that takes you deep into the cold, hard world of swords, creatures, and deadly traps. But does it make you want to accept the wilderness, or do you just give up and wait for the darkness to swallow you?
I want to be honest from the beginning – Unto The End is a difficult and tricky game to play. It’s sometimes ruthless, ruthless, and unpleasant to love, but there’s always something great about it. Something that makes you want to give it a try and start over. The story of the game is told without words or cutscenes, and you soon find yourself starting things in the game world with beautiful trees. You play a warrior / hunter guy set in an era when the sword was the equivalent of an iPhone and needed a basic straw housing. This man leaves his family behind and goes looking for a deer. He eventually chased the deer, lost his way, and desperately tried to go home before falling into a large hole in the ground. It’s until the end …
Whether it’s visual or not textual or narrated, I love the good stories told. Unto The End is great here, offering a moment of gameplay that’s full of atmosphere, frequent visits by unusual characters, and spreads out in great places. From one minute to the end, I have loved this world. And it was a great pleasure to spend some time in this world, as harsh as it can be felt.
When it comes to gameplay, Unto The End is very close Another world In that style, all reminiscent of the original one Prince of Persia.. But for all the glory it brings, it is sometimes relentlessly difficult and you need to be prepared to die dozens, if not hundreds of times. This is a game that rewards both the level of patience and skill needed to succeed in the era of retro games. Move around in the landscape, jump through crevices, climb shelves, pick up things, and take advantage of your inventory.
It all works in a mixed style of exploration and survival. For example, there are torches that can be created from your inventory, and the caves and underground areas are almost dark, making it almost impossible to survive Unto the End without them. But it’s also very easy to drop the sword on this torch, or about it. Especially when you roll on something or jump hard on the ground. Not only is it difficult to navigate the darkness without light, but it’s also very difficult to find lost items, so you don’t want to do this. When combining herbs, skins and bones, or creating or upgrading an affair, scrubbing in total darkness is not fun.
There are many traps in Unto The End. Falling and rotting lifts and deadly trigger traps will kill you as soon as you encounter them. However, the other major element of the game is in combat. It’s deep and tactical, but it’s great to see Unto The End having a training session with his wife at home, taking advantage of the flashback sequence to provide access to quick tutorials on how to fight. That is. Combat is a very tricky issue in most cases, and it takes time to understand the combination of techniques required, medium and heavy attacks, counter moves, blocks, and rolls. It’s a system that puts off beginners because it takes time to get used to, but you’ll discover joy when you start to realize that it’s a real test that combines skills, reflexes, and combat management. Still, don’t be surprised if you get frustrated. There are moments when you want to give up your controller or throw it across the room. To be honest, I realized I was spending too much time in some of the combat sections on the verge of victory just before I succumbed to the fatal injury. You see, if you don’t heal yourself, you’ll eventually die, but likewise you can’t save until the bleeding stops, making the whole process painfully difficult. Sometimes it hurts too much.
It is this brutal combat and combat mechanics that decides whether you fall in love with or dislike Unto The End. Personally, I found the whole process too frustrating to fully enjoy. With a single hit kill from a spear or a battle where a torch is knocked out of my hand, I have a hard time seeing what’s going on and I die almost instantly. It’s a bit tricky, but that’s what the development team wants you to experience, and I think it’s pushing you to the limit.
However, in skill testing, the game looks great with its color palette and visual tones, providing a fun world. From the fall foliage of the flashback sequence to the harsh winters covered by the current snow, the scenery is beautiful when you go outside. Heading underground, the world goes in a different direction. It’s full of danger and conspiracy, but it’s well designed. The characters, the design of the world, and the entire universe are places where I can happily spend more time, wander and explore. The audio side is just as good, with great effects, sound design, and great scores.
Until the end Xbox Is a game that you find completely fond of or too difficult to play. Fans of older school titles like Another World and Prince of Persia will love the tricky elements and challenges you’re trying over and over again. But it is a brutal world that puts all this together. Full of traps, death, and mysteries, I personally wanted to be able to explore a little more without the constant threat of death and danger. It is also quite annoying that losing a torch and plunging into the darkness has such an impact on the overall experience. However, Unto The End is an important release and a very interesting game by a team of very talented game designers. I am curious to see what they are trying to do next.
If you look at the snow-covered world, there’s something in the dark when you see creatures wandering underground trying to kill you. It’s nice to see you in a warm living room and the story unfolds comfortably, all in brandy. On your side. This is also the case here, as you have to be prepared for difficulties when playing Unto The End. It’s a journey that takes you deep into the cold, hard world of swords, creatures, and deadly traps. But does it make you want …
Review to the end
Review to the end
- Brilliant world design
- Great audio
- The joy of visual storytelling
- Would be too tricky for some
- The battle is very tough
- Many thanks for the free copy of the game-Big Sugar Game
- Format-Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PS4, Switch, PC, Stadia
- Version reviewed-Xbox Series X Xbox One
- Release Date-December 2020
- From Selling Price-£ 20.99