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Sofiya and the Ancient Clan Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Sofiya and the Ancient Clan from eastasiasoft and Hentai Room is a 2D action platformer in which you must help the titular witch uncover the truth about her former master. In a distant universe with a variety of creatures, two magic clans fought for power, with the Clan of Light winning in the end. All seemed to be good and well until a young witch by the name of Sofiya started to investigate, digging deeper into what really happened during the war and what her former master did to win. The game gets its Rated M for Mature rating because of the images you can unlock by finding some spellbooks along the way, as well as by progressing through the game’s story. While said images could be catalogued as of the saucy variety, they’ve been considerably toned down when compared to the original images available in the game’s original version, which was released last year under a different name that helps you understand what type of images you could find – just do a web search for Sofiya Clan and you’ll see what I mean. You’ll control Sofiya with the left analog stick or the D-Pad, jumping and double jumping with the X button, and attacking with the Square button. Since she’s a witch, she’ll use magic attacks that consume some of her mana energy. Since there are many bottomless pits and one-hit kills by way of sharp spikes, you should always press up or down on the left analog stick or the D-Pad to check your surroundings before making a jump.TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Sofiya and the Ancient Clan Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Sofiya and the Ancient Clan Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

As you defeat enemies, which include different types of soldiers, giant bats, huge blobs, golems, evil wizards, venom-spitting plants, fiery skulls, blood bats, and more, they’ll sometimes drop small or medium health or mana vials. Collect these before they disappear so that you can recover some of your lost health or mana. Be quick because they’ll disappear a second after they drop onto the floor! Defeat the first boss at the end of the first chapter, and you’ll gain a triple shott attack with limited ammo, which you can use with the Circle button. You’ll need to defeat enemies and collect the ammo power-ups they drop so that you can increase your stock for this weapon. As you defeat more bosses, you’ll gain access to other powerful spells that will aid Sofiya on her quest. Trophy-wise, this eastasiasoft release has a full trophy list with a Platinum trophy for you to add to your collection. And since it’s a Cross-Buy title, if you have a PlayStation 5, you can play the PS4 and the PS5 versions and collect two new Platinums. The trophy list includes a single Silver trophy and 11 Gold trophies. All you need to do for the Platinum is complete the first three chapters in the game, defeat 25, 100, and 150 enemies, collect 50, 100, and 150 mana or health potions, and unlock 3, 6, and 9 images in the gallery. Sofiya and the Ancient Clan is a 2D action platformer that feels too straightforward for its own good. The gameplay loop is too basic, the music is repetitive, and the fan service is certainly going to rub some people the wrong way.

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Sofiya and the Ancient Clan is available at a $7.99 price. Since this is a Cross-Buy title, you’ll get both the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5 versions at no extra cost, and each one will have its own trophy list. Indie publisher eastasiasoft and developer H-Room have a new 2D action platformer with a bit of a naughty side out called Sofiya and the Ancient Clan. Check out my review of the PlayStation 5 version below. Sofiya and the Ancient Clan is a side-scrolling 2D platformer where you play as a young witch named Sofiya who has begun to question the rules and teachings of her clan. Sofiya soon learns that her former master is hiding what really happened during the war of the past and sets out to discover the truth and save her kingdom. There are 40+ levels in the game broken up into three chapters with each chapter ending on a boss fight. Much like most of eastasiasoft’s arcade indie titles like this the controls are relatively basic with movement on the stick and jumping and attacking on the X and Square buttons. Casting spells will consume Sofiya’s mana bar reflected on screen and you’ll have to wait for it to refill. Now for those who may be unaware this game has actually been released before on PC under the name Sexcraft but has been toned down quite a bit for the console release. In that game the artwork you could unlock was much more adult oriented and it went further than that.One True Hero Switch NSP

Sofiya and the Ancient Clan Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Sofiya and the Ancient Clan Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

When you attack enemies in this game it takes a few hits to defeat them but in Sexcraft you would hit them with a few attacks, then they would wave a white flag, and then Sofiya could perform a finishing move that involved having sex with them. The console release gets rid of those finishing moves but I still wouldn’t let kids play this as the images can still be quite suggestive. The gameplay really isn’t that engaging here as you are mostly doing a lot of platforming and mashing the attack button to slings spells at ogres, bats, soldiers, ghosts, and other types of enemies. Enemies drop healing and mana refilling potions when defeated to help you top yourself off. You’ll get a few more powerful spells along the way but outside of that there isn’t a lot going on in this game. I can’t say I particularly enjoyed it as the platforming feels kind of sluggish and the combat is mindless. The boss fights are more enjoyable than the standard enemies but with there only being a few of them they don’t help save an otherwise rather average experience. The pixel art style here is decent at least and there is enough variety in the backgrounds to not get bored of looking at it over the course of the game. The soundtrack wasn’t memorable though as while the chiptune music was OK it repeats too much and got old quick. Trophy hunters will find 13 trophies including a Platinum and it is once again a fast and easy completion for those who seek it.

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Sofiya and the Ancient Clan’s art style is pretty nice but everything else about it just feels average at best. The gameplay is mindless and forgettable and what is left of the fan service doesn’t even make much sense in its dumbed down form. This is another game from eastasiasoft for the trophy hunters as anyone else is better off finding one of the many other platformers out there for their fix. Sofiya and the Ancient Clan is available now on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. PlayStation 5 version reviewed. Review copy provided by the publisher for this review. I truly had no idea what to expect from Sofiya and the Ancient Clan before I took a gamble on reviewing it. All I knew was that it featured attractive pixelated graphics and looked like it took inspiration from classic platformers. The premise of the game, though simple, also seemed appealing. It’s about a world with dual magical clans, mystery and a young witch named Sofiya searching for answers. Unfortunately, while there are several things the game does reasonably well, overall it was a forgettable experience. Keep reading our Sofiya and the Ancient Clan review to see what it got wrong and what it got right. Sofiya and the Ancient Clan takes place across 3 chapters. Each chapter has at least 15 individual levels, culminating in a boss battle. So even though 3 chapters might not sound like a lot, they pad a surprising amount of content into this adventure.Assassin’s Creed III

Sofiya and the Ancient Clan Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Sofiya and the Ancient Clan Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Most of the game is centered around platforming, with helpful techniques like the double jump doing a lot of heavy lifting. Besides that, Sofiya can check out her surroundings and sling spells at foes, though with a proviso. Your standard spell attack costs about 15 MP, and it takes time for your meter to replenish itself. Since the meter only goes to 100 MP, that means that you can only fire off so many rapid fire attacks before you have to go running for cover while the meter refills. The only factor that diminishes this annoyance is most enemies drop vials when defeated. Red vials heal you, while blue vials refill your magic meter faster. Eventually, Sofiya will acquire secondary spells that don’t cost MP to cast, but which instead have limited uses. The good news is, these are really helpful and you can also replenish your store of secondary spells by picking more of them up. The bad news is, after getting the first one, at some undisclosed point I apparently got other secondary spells. The problem is the game never explained how to switch between your secondary spells, and I had to learn it on the fly by pressing random buttons. Secondary spells are split into three options – a 3-way spread shot, a massive pulse that pierces through foes and a ball of energy you toss which explodes after a few seconds. Though the basic controls for the game aren’t egregiously bad, they’re also really, really basic. Sofiya’s main attack spell is slow moving, and only travels so far.

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Worse, if it hits an enemy projectile, they’ll cancel each other out. More annoying is the actual platforming. If it weren’t for the double jump, this game would be pretty unplayable. Sofiya often gets stuck on stage geometry, and I’ve even had her wall jump as a result, which isn’t supposed to be possible. Most levels require wandering around aimlessly finding globes of magic to activate, which then create platforms. By far the worst element of the game are the basic enemies. They don’t even actively try to attack you for the most part. Many just meander back and forth on a set track of ground, and don’t even swing their weapons at you. The exception to that are the flying foes, which actively hound you, as well as foes that spit projectiles at Sofiya with unerring aim. At best, the platforming is boring, though the developers try and compensate for that with lots of instant death traps. Every single level in the game has spike pits galore, though some large spikes also plunge at you from the ceiling and floors. While I didn’t die too many times, each death was a frustration, since checkpoints mostly exist at the beginning of stages. Honestly there needed to be more robust and frequent checkpoints, or shorter levels. Without that, it really forced players not to make any mistakes, and punished them overly whenever they occurred.

Sofiya’s one shining spot are the boss fights. Again, these aren’t anything groundbreaking or amazing, but they’re also a hell of a lot more interesting than the basic enemies. There’s only three bosses in the entire game, but they all fight differently and force you to stay on your toes. The first is a blue phoenix that flies about hurling waves of projectiles at you. The second is a grim reaper that digs up spirits to battle you and assaults you with flying skulls. The final boss was actually surprisingly fun. He’ll summon spikes to fall from the ceiling, hurl fireballs at you and even light the field of battle aflame. My only real complaint about the bosses was that there weren’t more of them. Visually, Sofiya and the Ancient Clan is still pretty satisfying, at least to fans of pixel art. Each chapter’s levels have unique visual aesthetics, from rolling hills to eerie graveyards and derelict shrines. The enemies are also pretty distinct, even though they lack much flair. The high point of the game’s visual design are the gallery entries you’ll find hidden in levels. At first they seem to chronicle Sofiya’s adventure, but then quickly jump the shark and get extraordinarily horny. Later on you’ll find Sofiya in what appears to be carnal acts for no apparent reason. My only complaint about these is that they do nothing to enhance the plot or make the game more interesting. They’re just a curiosity that I really didn’t expect from an old school platformer. That said, the one area the game does shockingly well was in the musical department.

Sofiya and the Ancient Clan Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Sofiya and the Ancient Clan Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

There’s several great tracks that flooded me with Gothic joy, and even reminded me fondly of some classics from the NES and SNES era. It’s just a shame that the art and music didn’t come together coherently to make a much better experience. Despite what I’ve already covered, there’s other areas where Sofiya and the Ancient Clan fell short. One was just in the odd decision to make it so Sofiya doesn’t automatically pick up dropped items which disappear very quickly. I only stumbled onto needing to press down to pick up vials, which was far from intuitive. And though I covered the platforming already, I can’t express enough how mediocre it truly was. As a longtime platformer fan, I made it work, but many won’t have as much patience. Combined with the obnoxious instant death traps and boring combat, you have a hot mess of an adventure. Sofiya and the Ancient Clan is a bit of an action platformer, fine enough, nothing wrong there. You can shoot at any of the enemies you run into, with shooting depleting a replenishing MP bar. Think of it as a cooldown. This is where the game starts to fall apart. Shooting at enemies does not feel good at all. There’s a sound effect, they flash a bit, but it’s never one shot, it’s usually three, five, a dozen. Making things worse, some enemies do not have death animations. You get spread shots and other stronger ways to kill monsters as you progress, but it never really feels any better, just a way to get through strong enemies faster. Killing them will grant health or MP potions, which can refill your MP a tad faster.ANNO Mutationem Switch NSP

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