Soulstice, Don’t Call It Soulslike! Discovering Italian Action

Reply Game Studios is preparing to launch an intriguing third-person action that draws inspiration from Ninja Gaiden, Berserk, Devil May Cry and Bayonetta. We tell you the characteristics of the Soulstice style action emerged from our conversation with the Milanese development team already author of Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf.

Set in a dark fantasy dimension imbued with mysteries to discover and battles to fight, Soulstice offers fans of the genre the opportunity to wear the Chimera clothes resulting from the fusion of the sisters warriors B

The playful system erected by the local authors promises to be particularly deep and facetious, thanks also to the narrative dualism and gameplay offered by the alternation between the superhuman force of Briar and the mystical power of his sister L As further evidence of the ambitions of Italian developers, it is impossible not to mention the involvement of Stefanie Joosten, already Quiet in Metal Gear Solid V, as a dubber of the warrior twins.

Soulstice is scheduled to be launched this year on PC and in the nextgen dual console version for users of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. For further insight into the action experience promised by the Rep studies

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