• Jim Sterling

Blasphemous - Deliciously Macabre Misery (Jimpressions)

Blasphemous had my attention way back when it was a hopeful Kickstarter project nobody had heard of. Now it's finally here, and it was worth the wait.

Challenging, beautiful, and exquisitely mournful, Blasphemous flavors its methodical pacing with a little influence from Dark Souls and Metroidvanias, while maintaining its own unique voice.

From gorgeous visuals to magnificent boss encounters and evocative themes of religion and punishment, Blasphemous is well worth checking out.

NOTE: Snagged an early copy of this one, and I also backed it way back when.

© 2019 Jimquisition. I don't really know what else to write down here. Why are you even reading down here? Are you bored? I'm bored, so I don't really know how I'm going to help you with that. I'm listening to a podcast. You could do that too if you want! It's something to have on at least. Am I hungry? I dunno, it's kinda late. Maybe just a snack...