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Morbid The Seven Acolytes Free Download GAMESPACK.NET As far as Souls-like games go, Morbid: The Seven Acolytes isn’t exactly subtle about its influences. Still, even though it joins many other indie titles as a deliberately tough adventure built around boss battles, there is a lot to enjoy and appreciate here, especially if you are a fan of the genre. Although it wears its inspirations on its sleeve (and proudly so) the execution of the gameplay systems and the overall design still manage to offer something interesting even with so many other Souls-like options around. Morbid’s visuals are probably going to be divisive. For some, pixel art is as overdone as the Dark Souls comparisons, but Morbid is one of the more effective faux retro games I’ve played. Rather than limiting themselves with a lower pixel count, Still Running use the overall effect to create a sinister and twisted world full of foul beasts and flowing in blood. Everything looks and feels corrupted by the pseudo-Lovecraftian presence of the titular Seven Acolytes and there are plenty of enemy types to discover and defeat. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

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The game is designed to be challenging, with tough enemies, complex levels, and challenging boss battles.

“Morbid: The Seven Acolytes” is a horror-themed action role-playing game developed by Still Running and published by Merge Games. The game features a variety of gameplay elements, including:

      • Combat System: The game’s combat system is focused on melee and ranged combat using a variety of weapons such as swords, axes, bows, and guns. Players can also use spells and abilities to defeat enemies.
      • Boss Battles: The game features seven challenging boss battles, each with unique abilities and weaknesses. Defeating these bosses is necessary to progress through the game.
      • Exploration: The game features an open-world environment for players to explore. There are various secrets, hidden areas, and items to discover.
      • Character Customization: Players can customize their character’s appearance, attributes, and abilities. As players progress through the game, they can unlock new abilities and upgrade existing ones.

The game’s storyline revolves around the player character’s quest to defeat the Seven Acolytes, powerful beings that have taken over the kingdom.

Your journey will see you move from the opening coastal region to swamps, a corrupted city, a graveyard and beyond, all of which have a distinct style and specific enemies to match. Story-wise, Morbid is nothing new, but the world lore is interesting and delivered through books that are scattered around the environment. You can safely ignore everything outside of the central go here and kill things plot if you wish. You play as the last surviving Striver of Dibrom, washed up on the shore of a land under the tyranny of the Seven Acolytes, accursed beings possessed by the evil Gahars. It’s a fairly standard horror-fantasy setting which Still Running have dubbed Horrorpunk. To begin with, your Striver is relatively weak and weaponless. You quickly pick up a basic sword and then regularly find new weapons as you progress. At first I thought these were random drops, but backtracking and farming for items showed that there were in fact set places for both weapons and items. CHAOS;CHILD Switch NSP

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This is useful for farming, but means that about 80% of the destructible scenery is purely decorative and offers no rewards. The story of the game is functionally the very basic sort of story which you expect from this subgenre. Your character is a nameless woman who is the last Striver of Dibrom, you are on this island to kill the seven Acolytes, and you will do so by exploring the area and dealing with the handful of friendly NPCs while largely slaughtering everything else around you. There are teases of lore around, but this is not a game with a single overarching narrative so much as a ludonarrative. As such, the minimal story you’re fed makes way for the atmosphere conveyed by the world, and it’s not by coincidence that you start out fighting fish-people and fish-monsters by a bay. Morbid has a general air of almost steampunk mixed with a healthy dose of cosmic horror and body horror. Your enemies are twisted shells, often looking like they’re in pain as they attack you; the world has a constant sense of bleak oblivion and the protagonist feels like they’re barely hanging on.

The game features a dark and ominous atmosphere, with horror elements such as gruesome enemies, eerie sound effects, and unsettling environments.

In most games of this type, the story is told as much through environments as anything. It’s a matter of feel rather than dialogue, and the feel here is of that note-perfect bleak hopelessness coupled with a need to press on. You have to keep going and exploring, even as the enemies become more contorted and monstrous, the NPCs visibly deranged rather than having carved out little isolation. To use the obvious points of comparison, this isn’t a game of the empty spaces of Dark Souls or the sharp decay of Bloodborne but a grinding, encompassing dread all around you. It’s the sort of site you want to nuke from orbit just to be on the safe side. Unfortunately, you’re just one woman with a small arsenal hacking at it as best you can. And I don’t mean to shortchange the actual narratives the game does offer; it’s just that the focus on these stories is secondary to the atmosphere they create. CHAOS;HEAD NOAH

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The game features RPG elements, including character customization, leveling up, and skill trees.

One thing Morbid: The Seven Acolytes does well is how it carries the vibe of dark fantasy PC RPGs from yesteryear. This was back when games like Diablo and Baldur’s Gate could only really be experienced on PC, and so Morbid certainly gives off a vibe of a mature PC classic from the mid-’90s, carrying a similar vibe and presentation. As a dark fantasy game, Morbid certainly lives up to its name with its brooding visuals, extensive use of dull colors, and buckets of pixelated blood and gore. The set up is quite vague with very little back story, as players find themselves in the role of the Striver, a savior of her world and the last of her kind. As players brave their way into uncharted territories, the initial vagueness slowly starts to piece together as the lore builds up. Taking inspiration from Lovecraftian horror, there are a lot of familiar and yet novel elements to discover. As players explore new areas, battle different enemies, visit desolate towns filled with grief-stricken residents, and eventually face the titular Acolytes, all the different elements come together organically to create a world well worth investing in. Much of it is covered by the game’s encyclopedia, but most of the subtext is conveyed through the characters and dialogue.

The game features multiple endings based on the player’s choices throughout the game.

The weapons range from spiked gloves to giant hammers and all offer different risks and rewards as you might expect. I found that certain weapons seemed far more useful than others, but this could be down to my playstyle rather than balancing. The heavy hitting two handed weapons felt too slow and took too much stamina to swing, but your mileage may vary. Combat, as is typical of the genre, is a cat and mouse affair. Your initial health bar is small and going blow for blow will quickly see you put down, while a familiar feeling dodge roll will sap your stamina if you use it too much. Obviously your attacks drain your stamina as well. Alternatively, you can defend and parry, which can prove essential in cramped spaces, but as is my usual experience, I sucked at the parry timing and found rolling away to work better. You also find secondary ranged weapons, but these have very limited ammo and are often best saved to help out in boss fights. Cherry VX

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The weapons you find can be improved through the use of runes, mysterious glyphs found along your adventure. These offer benefits such as increased attack speed, elemental damage, and health draining abilities. Once you set these runes they are fixed unless you use a rune removal tool, which in turn destroys the runes, so there is some strategy in play to find the best balance for your approach. This is helped out by having two weapon loadouts available, though I didn’t see any way of switching between them other than going into the inventory menu. There is also plenty of room in your inventory to hold a few different weapons until you find the one you like best.

A whole host of items will help restore your health, stamina, and sanity bars. Some of these are simple recovery items whilst others trade off attributes against another, so that your sanity bar will rise at the cost of stamina. There are four quick item slots but one of these is always taken up by the Soul of Dibrom, a health replenishing item that is Morbid’s equivalent to the Estus flask. This is upgradeable if you find the right corpses in your explorations, but is only refilled when you meditate at the shrines that replace the genre’s typical bonfires. Structurally, you can see here just how closely Morbid follows the Souls formula. The highlight of the combat is clearly battling the seven Acolytes themselves, huge bosses with uniquely grotesque appearances and challenging attack patterns. These will quickly kill you if you rush in carelessly, but aren’t as formidable as they first appear. I managed to finish the game in around 8 hours even with my old man reactions, so this is a refreshingly doable Soulslike.

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