A Plague Tale: Innocence

released on May 14, 2019

A Plague Tale: Innocence, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, tells the grim story of two siblings fighting together for survival in the darkest hours of History. This new video game from Asobo Studio sends you on an emotional journey through the 14th century France, with gameplay combining adventure, action and stealth, supported by a compelling story. Follow the young Amicia and her little brother Hugo, who face the brutality of a ravaged world as they discover their purpose to expose a dark secret. On the run from the Inquisition's soldiers, surrounded by unstoppable swarms of rats incarnating the Black Death, Amicia and Hugo will learn to know and trust each other as they struggle for their lives against all odds.

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Great game great setting. The opening is especially strong and immediately grabs you. I'm not a fan of stealth games but I still enjoyed this game. The final boss fight was annoying as fk. But overall a good game.

É um bom jogo, trilha sonora muito boa e direção de arte estonteante, eu só achei a jogabilidade bem mais ou menos, ela é bem fluida pelo menos, mas deixa o jogo chato em alguns momentos.
Os boss também me decepcionaram um pouco, é um tanto fácil, assim como o jogo em geral, como um jogo stealth, eu tava no aguardo de um boss no mesmo estilo, mas não. Porém para um jogo "Indie" é aceitável.

A Plague Tale: Innocence was an amazing narrative driven experience, it starts off with a great opening but is a little slow gameplay wise but once the game opens up it is wonderful.
The concept and story was super interesting, set in the 1300s the world has been overtaken by killer plagued rats. You play as Amica and Hugo, siblings from a royal family and are trying to survive after your family and village is ambushed and slaughtered by the Englishmen and church.
The graphics are beautiful, it's a AA not triple game so it's very solid, the art direction really helps, a broken rotted world, being devoured by rats makes for beautiful scenery.
The voice acting was phenomenal, part of the reason I liked the game as much as I did. The soundtrack was also very good.
The gameplay once it opens up is really fun, it's a last of us esque style but you use a sling and alchemy to defeat enemies, and rats of course. The gameplay and exploration does feel lacking and slightly repetitive at times though.
Amica and Hugo's relationship was wonderful seeing it evolve throughout the game was awesome especially when you meet and interact with the other characters on the cast.
The Malica disease power was such a sick and interesting concept, and the two final bosses were so fun, the tension is something the game does really well.
The castle and nightmare sequence are standouts, and the brutality of the game and seeing Amica become more brutal throughout the game was amazing too.
Collectibles having meaning and enhancing the story instead of being tedious was very nice as well.
Overall, the game was a solid experience and a treat to play. Can't wait to see how they expand and innovate in the next one as that is what it feels like this one lacks.

the game itself isn't bad, i just find it way too boring combat-wise, i shouldn't have spent money on this

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feels like a ps3 game not in a negative or positive way