Games Asylum: "This fantasy hack ‘n slasher introduces us to Farren West, a gallant adventurer whose bravery and determination hold no bounds. It’s easy to imagine him holed up in a tavern, capturing an audience with tales of his conquests. He speaks with a gruff British accent, describing himself as a man of the world. That’s our world, at least. Curiosity leads Farren to a magical realm – a world full of silent Gods and their gracious gifts – where he soon feels both out of place and out of his depth."
Stray Blade aims to offer a streamlined, bite-sized Souls-like adventure, So join me for RPG Informer's Stray Blade Review. Conducted on PS5.
NoobFeed Editor Jay Claassen writes - Stray Blade has so much potential to be amazing, but sadly, it falls quite far behind and might follow in the same footsteps as Shock Tactics. The story in Stray Blade might be its saving grace, but without optimization and possibly some work on the combat system, it might not be enough to help the game rise to the top.