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Kena: Bridge of Spirits [ PC | PS4 | PS5 ]


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Kena: Bridge of Spirits is a story-driven action adventure set in a charming world rich with exploration and fast-paced combat. Players find and grow a team of tiny spirit companions called the Rot, enhancing their abilities and creating new ways to manipulate the environment.
https://www.emberlab.com/

 

 

 

This really stood out to me during the PS5 reveal stream - lovely art style and the environment transformations look great. The Ember Lab website lists PS4, PS5 and Epic Store.

Hadn't heard of these guys before; turns out they made the very impressive Majora's Mask Terrible Fate tribute / fan film.

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I thought it looked okay as a basic piece of exploration and combat, and the different lighting was nice, but I’d have to see more... (My Twitter was ripping it to pieces though; I don’t think it had enough Gothic undertones and desaturation for them... ;) )

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It’s out next Tuesday and the previews have been pretty positive. No physical release on the cards currently, unfortunately.

 

It is looking pretty good though, alongside Zelda and Pikmin I’m seeing Uncharted style climbing and a bit of soulsy boss fights.

 

 

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7 hours ago, Strafe said:

It’s out next Tuesday and the previews have been pretty positive. No physical release on the cards currently, unfortunately.

 

It is looking pretty good though, alongside Zelda and Pikmin I’m seeing Uncharted style climbing and a bit of soulsy boss fights.

 

 


Has a real look of a classic 3rd person platformer with a heavy combat element to me.

 

Rather like Alice: Madness Returns or more recently Psyconauts 2. Oh yeah and Kameo. I really loved Kameo.

 

Which makes it pretty much an instant buy for me. It is still coming to PC at launch right?

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I suspect the reason there’s no physical release is because if it can be completed pretty quickly then they don’t want a tonne of 2nd hand copies flooding the market.

 

Makes sense to be a digital only release from that POV.

 

I’d much prefer a shorter focused experience than a game bloated with chaff, which is what most games do these days. Hopefully this game delivers on that.

 

 

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