• The Blasphemous announcement trailer makes one think of Castlevania crossed with Dark Souls 1 / 9

  • Blasphemous looks like a carefully penned love letter to the action-platformers of our youth 2 / 9

  • Fast-paced, skilled combat of a hack-n-slash game blends with a charge meter that can be used for spells and special abilities 3 / 9

  • The game is also brutal in the most explicit sense of the word with violence that transcends its pixilated presentation. 4 / 9

  • The project began as a Kickstarter campaign and smashed it goals, adding additional game modes, voice acting, and alternate skins 5 / 9

  • Lore also seems to be well-integrated into the game, as opposed to only action. 6 / 9

  • If Blasphemous ends up being like the Castelvania or Shovel Knight games, we will likely have a strong addition to any gaming library 7 / 9

  • Blasphemous will be releasing on the PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch with a release date TBA, though it is not likely far off as we are only a week out from E3 8 / 9

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