If Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night failed to live up to its Kickstarter promise, that would be yet another bad sign for this funding source. This review details how things have finally turned out on this project.
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night
Koji Igarashi returns with a new Metroidvania-style game. Initially crowdfunded through Kickstarter in 2015.
Anna Marie loses her mind as well as control of her mouth. Chris investigates the impacts of bringing Diet Coke into Mementos. Peter buys more games. Nathan finishes Final Fanatasy VIII just in time to start playing Final Fantasy VIII. And Kelley just tries to survive Bloodstained’s framerate on the Switch.
The latest Igavania creation, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, is now available. It might be a horrible night for a curse, but the addition of free DLC helps manage the burden.
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Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is a dark and gothic Metroidvania title that wears its violence proudly on its sleeve. With a ton of character customization options, this one will be right up many gamers’ alleys.