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Thymesia Free Download GAMESPACK.NET The term “Soulslike” seems to carry with it a certain amount of instant kudos, like that kid in school who was automatically cool because his older brother was. Unfortunately, though, credibility freely given and not earned is rarely real or long-lived. Chances are good that the younger brother had his elder’s swagger but none of the charm, and it’s often the same with games that glide into the limelight on the strength of their genre-mates. Like Mortal Shell and The Surge before it, Thymesia is a Soulslike that introduces a lot of new ideas, even innovates at times, but can’t quite go toe-to-toe with the past masters. It is, however, one of the few Soulslikes to model itself after Bloodborne instead of Dark Souls. In fact, it goes so hard on some of Bloodborne’s themes that I had to re-read some of the flavour text to make sure I hadn’t misunderstood. Characters talk about vile blood and pure blood in a story that deals with a kingdom in the grip of a terrible plague. The citizenry is little more than a mob of mutated monstrosities marauding through moonlit hollows, beholden to powerful entities presented with all the aplomb of Bloodborne’s bosses but none of the context. The story itself is disjointed and sparsely told. As is de rigueur, most of the world-building is left to flavour text, some of which works and some of which is sort of just there. It has reached a point where this is eye-rollingly frustrating. There’s nothing wrong with simply telling a story with a cohesive through-line, even in a Soulslike, but here we are. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA).

Your character is Corvus, an alchemist and warrior with a plague doctor’s mask and a cloak of raven feathers. It’s all very cool and very emo, but I struggled to invest in the character or the world much. In between missions, presented as Memories, you spend your time in Philosopher’s Hill, a place eerily similar to the Hunter’s Dream, where a creepy young woman in doll’s clothes presents exposition that does little to connect the dots. It’s one of the most frustrating aspects of Thymesia, especially as the actual gameplay is pretty strong all-round. Combat shares elements of both Bloodborne and Sekiro. Corvus is incredibly agile, but about as physically imposing as a tea-soaked ginger biscuit. He fights with a sabre and dagger, as well as a plague Claw that can rip enemies to pieces. Each assailant has a white health bar with a green one beneath it. Physical attacks will chip at the white, and Corvus must use plague attacks to reduce the green. If left unchecked, the white will heal over time. When an enemy flashes green, it indicates a super move that Corvus can interrupt by throwing one of his sharpened feathers. This will stagger the enemy, allowing for some quick damage or a Plague Claw attack .Teslagrad 2


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