Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PS4 will be getting to enjoy the grim delights of Blasphemous very soon - here's everything you need to know about Team17's latest. During a Nintendo Indies showcase this afternoon, Team17 revealed the highly-anticipated release date for upcoming action game Blasphemous. The game grabbed our attention with a trailer earlier this year and promises to scratch the itch that the likes of Hollow Knight and Dead Cells have given us for games in the genre. If you enjoy sprawling, action-lead worlds and that dark religious aesthetic the likes of Dark Souls and Bloodborne have popularised recently, we imagine this will be the game for you.
Hardcore Henry director talks first-person action film
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Check out what he had to say after the jump. Before going any further, watch some footage from Hardcore here. We went around with an iPad, showing the cover photo. That was when I realized that quite a few people had seen it. It was a big deal. It looked terrible. This is embarrassing.
None of these things are ever explained. She looks like that just because she looks like that. Kusama has deliberately left much of the plot for the viewer to work out. We find out things little by little as we watch the wiry, dirty-faced hellion hunt down the bad guys and one bad girl one by one. She has nothing to lose, which makes her all the more dangerous.
There are two ways in which the savage, adrenaline-fueled Hardcore Henry gets in your face. One is pretty fun. The other proves progressively less so.