• Jim Sterling

Bleeding Edge - Senua's Smackrifice (Jimpressions)


It is a strange thing to see Ninja Theory - known for such games as Senua's Sacrifice, DmC, and Enslaved: Odyssey to the West - put out a hero-based multiplayer game, especially since it feels about four years too late.


Weirdly though, it's not really a bad videogame. It's got several key problems, but the core has real potential... provided players don't get turned off by the balancing issues and lack of content first.