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Posted on Aug 24th 2018 at 08:00:00 AM by (NeoMagicWarrior)
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Join me for the stream of conciseness that is Neo's "A Brief Look At" series!

This month, we check out Dead Cells, a Metroidvania combat/exploration game with the heart of a Dark Souls entry!

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Great video, thanks! Great gameplay, Dead Cells is a must-have!
I love Dead Cells. It's grabbing me in much the same way Rogue Legacy did when that came out. I've put about 10 hours into the PC version and my Switch copy just came in the mail. My next plane trip is going to be great Smiley Nice video!
This is easily the most talked about game of the year so far, and it is all because of a "review".
Picked it up this weekend for PS4 based on this video!  Looks like a lot of fun.
Even though I've tried, I just really can't get into these rogue-like games. I wish it was a little more up my alley, because the combat looks fun.
One of my favorite games of the year.

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