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A Plague Tale: Requiem review
by Pineappled

slayed as usual
«Constantly dying and enjoy it»

Other reviews6

Exceptional game, very very good.
It looks pretty nice, though it’s not the best looking game, performance isn’t up to par with contemporary (probably bigger budget) games, some combat/stealth sequences can be a bit tedious and the later chapters go by very quickly, but I absolutely love this game. I feel so much for the characters, especially Amicia, the music is so incredibly good (the main theme in particular) and by the end the game had left me broken. Poor Amicia and Hugo had to endure so much … For me, the story finished perfectly and I wouldn’t need another sequel, but if Asobo does follow up with another game, I couldn’t be more excited to see more of these wonderful characters. 
tbh the ending is definitely making up for anything that this game lacks in gameplay. i play games to feel things and i got plenty of feels from this one. sometimes i really crave a narrative story that hits as good as this and i was really surprised at how much i cared about the characters and story by the end of it. gameplay is really rough and i had to play on easy to actually get through it. but that's okay sometimes.
«That ending!»
Saw the ending coming, but still was a lot to soak in. Gameplay wise similar to first part with more strategy and ways to clear the levels. Some of the fight sequences become a bit hectic but still you'll see once you think there are multiple ways for them as well to clear.
just good game for play for a couple of evenings
«Sit back and relax»
What a f*cking journey. Awesome story, a bit too long, but it kicks you in the nuts.
«Can’t stop playing»
«Sit back and relax»