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Miraculous: Rise of the Sphinx

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Be Strong…Be Brave…Be Miraculous!

Paris needs a hero! Once again, the city of lights is in trouble as it faces a new menace—the most threatening sentimonster ever created is about to take control! As you take on the personas of the globally renowned superheroez Ladybug and Cat Noir, you’ll need to unveil the diabolical plan hatched by archvillain Hawk Moth—and squash it! Immerse yourself into the magical world of Miraculous and level up your superpowers as you embark on your biggest journey yet!
Take control of Ladybug and Cat Noir, jump and collect macaroons and other collectibles as you platform through the Paris rooftops, battle evilized bad guys and take on bosses as you uncover the sinister plot of the archvillain Hawk Moth.
Key Game Features:

• Epic Adventure! Immerse yourself in an original story as you take control of everyone’s favorite heroes, Ladybug and Cat Noir.
• Team Up! Experience the thrill of teamwork as you battle villains and de-evilize akumas together in local co-op.
• More Villains! Come face to face with familiar villains Hawk Moth, Gamer, Weredad, and Mr. Pigeon, and some new enemies too!
• Discovery! Explore the streets of Paris as Marinette and Adrien and uncover the story behind their alter-ego’s Ladybug and Cat Noir.
• Super Gadgets! Use Ladybug’s fast flinging yo-yo and Cat Noir’s magical versatile staff to swing or vault into battle! Upgrade the gadgets to unlock powerful new moves!
• Master Fu! Visit your friend and mentor Master Fu whose words of wisdom help you to learn new powers.
• Kwami Shop: Discover the many treasures of the Kwami shop as you unlock never-before-seen artwork, music, and more.
• Friendship Quest: As Marinette and Adrian, you’ll need to catch up with your friends for clues to progress the story and unlock special friendship moments.
Release date
Magic Pockets
GameMill Entertainment
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 64 Bit
  • Processor: 4 Cores 2.5+ GHz
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVidia GTX 960 M
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 4 GB available space
  • OS: Windows 10 64 Bit
  • Processor: 4 Cores 2.5+ GHz
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVidia RTX 1060 M
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 4 GB available space
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Last Modified: Apr 13, 2023

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Miraculous: Rise of the Sphinx reviews and comments

Played this with my sister whose a massive miraculous fan (me, not so much) and thank god I bought this while it was on sale. As soon as I connected my controller it took me a second to realise there's no split screen, which is a baffling decision and I still don't understand why the devs thought it was a good idea. Everytime my character walked off screen I couldn't see where he was going so if I wanted to explore and look around I had to follow player one's character, which makes the gameplay limiting and boring. It also got confusing which character I was playing as due to sharing the same screen. There is a reason as to why co-op almost universally involves a split-screen; it eliviates many of these problems. Combat isn't remotely satisfying and it's overly simple; it doesn't have the excuse of "being for kids" considering the lego games are aimed for kids and the gameplay is very fun and involved. It's also bizarre that during the non-active part of the game (when youre just walking around paris not on any mission) player two is unable to play in any way, which, again, makes it incredibly boring for the second player. I guess if you really like the show you can get some enjoyment out of this game due to their being some trivia for the final boss that directly relies on your knowledge of the show, but apart from that this game is mid as hell. 
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