Salt and Sanctuary Review | GodisaGeek

Mick Fraser: "This surpasses the quality of the Ska’s previous work and delivers a role-playing opus that seems bite-sized at a glance, but which soon reveals itself to be anything but. Like the blood-soaked, steel-clad love-child of Dark Souls and Super Ghouls ‘n’ Ghosts, Salt and Sanctuary is brutally difficult, beautifully drawn, and meticulously crafted, and what it lacks in pure story it makes up for with atmosphere, depth and charm."

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IamTylerDurden11576d ago

Salt and Sanctuary is getting awesome reviews left and right. Indie game of the yr?

I started as a bearded Knight with blonde dreads and face paint. He resembles a rugged viking warrior. Salt and Sanctuary is a terrifically brutal and visceral game, 2D Dark Souls at its finest.

If you can't wait for DS3, then i'd suggest picking this up on PS4 (currently 10% off) and attempting to prove your gaming might by achieving the Platinum. The bosses are spectacular.

littlezizu1576d ago

The game is awesome and it deserves these great reviews. I have started with mage class as hoping to do heavy damage as i learn new spells.
Just 3 months into the year PS4 already has 3 acclaimed games, Witness, Firewatch and Salt & Sanctuary; We still have Alienation next month so Each one has potential to be indie game of year.

akiraburn1576d ago

Definitely agree with you both. I'm trying to get through a few games right now (Toukiden Kiwami is a lot longer than I expected), but Salt & Sanctuary will be among my next purchases along with Alienation. I've been following Salt & Sanctuary for a long time now, and seeing it get a final release is awesome. I'm really looking forward to getting started with it.

And don't forget "Enter The Gungeon". That's another title that I think some people might miss, but if you enjoy the "Rogue-like" genre with games like Binding of Isaac and Rogue Legacy, Enter the Gungeon is another awesome looking game continuing down that same path.