Dead Cells review

Dead Cells Review – IGN

Aug 11, 2018 · Dead Cells is a triumph of shockingly good game design: the ever-changing guts of its beautifully illustrated levels, a staggering array of game-changing weapons and gadgets, and its …

9.5/10

Dead Cells for PC Reviews – Metacritic

Aug 07, 2018 · Dead Cells is the ideal mix between metroidvania and roguelite, enhanced by a solid, fast and practically perfect arcade action, with a range of skills and weapons able to infuse a …

89%(33)

Dead Cells Review: Rise From Your Grave – GameSpot

Dead Cells is an incredibly satisfying mishmash of genres that’s more than the sum of its parts.

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Dead Cells review — the apotheosis of the Roguelike

Dead Cells launched on PC through Steam’s Early Access portal for unfinished projects in May 2017, and developer Motion Twin is unleashing the 1.0 version August 7 for PC and consoles.

Dead Cells Review PC – softpedia.com

Aug 20, 2018 · That’s how Dead Cells, the roguelike-metroidvania hybrid video game developed by Motion Twin, started for me each of the 35 runs I played over a span of 15 hours.

9.5/10

Dead Cells Review | Attack of the Fanboy

Dead Cells and the handheld mode on the Nintendo Switch is a match made in heaven given that the game is designed for shorter play sessions. And while the game has a great art-style, it’s not a graphically intensive game and sees no real downgrade when going from docked to handheld mode.

Dead Cells Review | Trusted Reviews

Aug 06, 2018 · Dead Cells has delivered the best example of the genre in years. The game is deep and rewards exploration, with exceptional combat and so much content.

10/10

Dead Cells Review | PC Invasion

Dead Cells is an excellent, challenging «roguevania» that encourages player experimentation and exploration across its beautiful levels.

Dead Cells (Review) – The Late Night Session

Dec 01, 2018 · Dead Cells (Review) By The Night Owl on December 1, 2018 • ( Leave a comment ) A platform game that measures your life expectancy in minutes then sends you all the way back to the start again the moment you die probably sounds at first like a bit of a sick joke.

Dead Cells: The Kotaku Review

Dead Cells is a Castlevania-inspired side-scrolling action game from the French developer Motion Twin.In addition to having unusually progressive payroll policies, the indie studio is evidently