Deathloop Review

Arkane Lyon’s follow-up to Dishonored is a masterclass in open-ended action game design. It’s a game where observation and dynamic thinking go hand-in-hand with shotgunning goons in the face and snapping their necks; where throwing a grenade into a soiree for sycophants counts as the right kind…

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  1. I feel that the progression of Arkane games trend towards iteration rather than re-invention (taking the same game pieces and trying them out in different combos/locales). As they are one of few mainstream developers working in that deliciously classic Immersive Sim style, I am ok with iteration over re-invetion.

    Now I just need to wait 12 months so I can play it!

  2. Too damn difficult, that's it. Period. We should be honest with ourselves, rather than celebrating any new game as a true masterpiece just because it looks good at first glance. Deathloop is undoubtedly well made and sexy-looking, but after a few hours it gets extremely frustrating, with no real progress, no end of the story in sight. Something devised and long awaited as a relaxing and entertaining videogames, has abruptedly turned into a real nightmare impossible to enjoy. Too bad.

  3. "both characters are realized exceptionally well". I could not disagree more. The two main characters in this game are among the most childish, flat, senseless characters I've ever experienced in a computer game.

  4. Wish List

    Reveal Trailer at bethesda E3 2019

    Coming to xbox one & xbox series x

    DLC Trailer at xbox + bethesda E3 2021

    Release Date: May 28, 2021

    Play as both colt & julianna in story mode

  5. Thank you for u for motivating me to play this.. All the up and down reviews have been frustrating and you made it clear as to why it's worth it.

  6. Great review…very indepth! This was like reading the manual but more fun 🙂 Do people even read manuals anymore though…lol. Great job on your video 🙂

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