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Let it Die(Steam Release)

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https://store.steampowered.com/agecheck/app/794600/

 

Let it die is a free to play hack and slash game where your goal is to reach the top of the murderhell dystopia tower of barbs, which has 40 floors(kind of).

 

Basically, you go up the tower of barbs, collecting new items and blueprints and fighting bosses and etc as you go. There are LOTS of weapons, like 30 different types, and items all deteriorate and break as you go up, so you have to improvise and get new weapons and armor from enemies as you go or etc, or find blueprints for weapons and craft them at home base with higher durability or stats. If you die, your character becomes a Hater(AI controlled enemy) and you have to kill them with another character to recover them with their levels.

 

It's really great just because it's a lot of fun to climb the tower and see what new weapons or items or bosses you'll find, or how you can upgrade your weapons to +4 then to a new tier to double their damage, it's very exciting and I've been playing it and recommending it a lot.

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Before even looking up the developer, I could definitely feel a Lollipop Chainsaw vibe to it with its style and sense of humor (and ***SUBTLE*** self-awareness.)

 

Game's pretty sick. Uncle Death is a great character and a clever concept for a rogue-like game. Plays sorta like Dark Souls, what with the difficulty and the rolling and such, though not as clunky. Not a fan of the heartbeat mechanic, since all that seems to do is leave you stuck for trying to make progress, but I guess that ties into the free-to-play aspect of starting out weak and increasing your stamina over time with experience (and money.) Still, I'm really enjoying it so far. The English voice acting is pretty solid. Kinda curious what playing with the original voices would be like by comparison, but I'm not sure it'll make much of a difference.

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Before even looking up the developer, I could definitely feel a Lollipop Chainsaw vibe to it with its style and sense of humor (and ***SUBTLE*** self-awareness.)

 

Game's pretty sick. Uncle Death is a great character and a clever concept for a rogue-like game. Plays sorta like Dark Souls, what with the difficulty and the rolling and such, though not as clunky. Not a fan of the heartbeat mechanic, since all that seems to do is leave you stuck for trying to make progress, but I guess that ties into the free-to-play aspect of starting out weak and increasing your stamina over time with experience (and money.) Still, I'm really enjoying it so far. The English voice acting is pretty solid. Kinda curious what playing with the original voices would be like by comparison, but I'm not sure it'll make much of a difference.

This game's original voices ARE english, the japanese voice acting was added later. Also, uncle death is voiced by a finnish dude.

 

Also as a random tip, spend all your Death Metals on upgrading your storage(or nearly all of them), you need it to store crafting materials, healing items, and so on for later which you'll need a lot. I have 150 slots and it's not enough.

 

I'm on floor 21, beat the floor 20 boss pretty easily with a lot of mushrooms, then my character died in two comboes to a dude with a fire sword.

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This game's original voices ARE english, the japanese voice acting was added later.

 

Really? That seems strange to me, especially with the shop signs being in Japanese.

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