Blasphemous Review (TheSixthAxis) | N4G

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TSA writes: Having turned heads during its Kickstarter period with its dark and stylish take on medieval aesthetics, Blasphemous now joins the ranks of 2D Souls-like games. This visually effective combat platformer offers up an intriguing view of some of the more disturbing aspects of medieval Catholicism – or more accurately, the public perception of such a time. This isn’t a historically accurate or dutifully researched game, and it doesn’t need to be. Instead what we have is a fantasy loosely based on ideas of guilt and penance mixed up with lashings of bloody violence.

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