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Review Roundup For Kena: Bridge Of Spirits On PS5 And PC

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Kena: Bridge of Spirits, developer Ember Lab’s new journey sport for PlayStation consoles and PC, is out now, and opinions for the sport have arrived as properly. That can assist you determine if the sport is price your money and time, we’re amassing evaluation scores and excerpts for Bridge of Spirits.

In our personal Kena: Bridge of Spirits evaluation, Phil Hornshaw praised the $40 sport’s fight, puzzles, and story. Hornshaw additionally lauded the sport for its artwork path and music within the 9/10 evaluation.

Now Taking part in: Kena: Bridge of Spirits Hardest Issue Gameplay

Bridge of Spirits follows the story of a younger girl, Kena, who’s searching for out a sacred mountain shrine in an overgrown forest crammed with trapped spirits. The world is populated by lovely little critters often called Rot, and amassing them helps offer you extra skills.

Ember Lab was based in 2009 by brothers Mike and Josh Grier, and the staff initially labored on animation for companions like Coca-Cola and Main League Baseball earlier than turning into a sport studio and releasing Kena as its first sport. Ember partnered with Sony to deliver Bridge of Spirits to PlayStation completely on console, whereas the PC version is barely accessible on Epic’s storefront.

For an much more detailed look, take a look at GameSpot sister web site Metacritic.

  • Sport: Kena: Bridge of Spirits
  • Platforms: PS5, PS4, PC
  • Developer: Ember Lab
  • Launch Date: September 21
  • Value: $40
  • Estimated Size: About 12 hours for the crucial path [read more]

GameSpot — 9/10

“It’s about exploring a world and seeing what it once was, and helping to restore it again. And while Kena: Bridge of Spirits is full of familiar-feeling combat and exploration, its ability to find different ways to look at those ideas makes for a beautiful, emotional, and exciting journey.” — Phil Hornshaw [Full review]

Polygon

“Inspirations should always serve as a jumping-off point, something to build upon. But it often feels less like Kena: Bridge of Spirits was inspired by things, and more like it decided it could squish its beautifully realized world of magic and spirits into a ready-made mold. The result is a thoughtless blend; a hybridized paste. Vibrant and undoubtedly beautiful, Kena: Bridge of Spirits shows us every color in the spectrum. But strangely, it all feels brown–a muddy, grayish brown that comes from having mixed together every color on the palette.” — Ewan Wilson [Full review]

Whats up there, little Rot

Press Begin — 8/10

“Kena: Bridge of Spirits makes a good impression. It balances simplicity and challenge while weaving a neatly-paced story into something that can be played over a chill couple of days. Despite fantastic production values it’s still far from a AAA title–so it’s important to keep expectations in check, but anyone looking to lose themselves in a charming, gorgeous world ripe for exploration should look no further. It’s exactly what I needed right now–perfect cozy weekend entertainment.” — Kieron Verbrugge [Full review]

Eurogamer

“To me, Kena: Bridge of Spirits very much has first game syndrome–something with all the right ideas, weakened by their execution. If it does well–and given the fever with which it’s been followed leading up to its release, I expect it will–it’ll be because we often value AAA looks and mechanics more highly than attempts at innovation. I’m sure with this foundation Ember Lab has a great game in it, but this isn’t it just yet.” — Malindy Hetfeld [Full review]

IGN — 8/10

“With its elegantly simple combat and beautiful world, Kena: Bridge of Spirits harkens back to the days of the N64/GameCube-era Zeldas, Okami, and Star Fox Adventures, while also adding modern sensibilities and a distinct personal touch.” — Mitchell Saltzman [Full review]

Sport Informer — 9/10

“Bridge of Spirits stumbles a little in spots, yet confidently sprints into the heart of the adventure, rewarding the player with secrets galore and visuals that are almost always worth admiring. If you love Zelda-like games or are just looking for an experience that will make you smile every step of the way, you can’t go wrong with Kena: Bridge of Spirits.” — Andrew Reiner [Full review]

Kena: Bridge of Spirits, developer Ember Lab’s new journey sport for PlayStation consoles and PC, is out now, and opinions for the sport have arrived as properly. That can assist you determine if the sport is price your money and time, we’re amassing evaluation scores and excerpts for Bridge of Spirits.

In our personal Kena: Bridge of Spirits evaluation, Phil Hornshaw praised the $40 sport’s fight, puzzles, and story. Hornshaw additionally lauded the sport for its artwork path and music within the 9/10 evaluation.

Now Taking part in: Kena: Bridge of Spirits Hardest Issue Gameplay

Bridge of Spirits follows the story of a younger girl, Kena, who’s searching for out a sacred mountain shrine in an overgrown forest crammed with trapped spirits. The world is populated by lovely little critters often called Rot, and amassing them helps offer you extra skills.

Ember Lab was based in 2009 by brothers Mike and Josh Grier, and the staff initially labored on animation for companions like Coca-Cola and Main League Baseball earlier than turning into a sport studio and releasing Kena as its first sport. Ember partnered with Sony to deliver Bridge of Spirits to PlayStation completely on console, whereas the PC version is barely accessible on Epic’s storefront.

For an much more detailed look, take a look at GameSpot sister web site Metacritic.

  • Sport: Kena: Bridge of Spirits
  • Platforms: PS5, PS4, PC
  • Developer: Ember Lab
  • Launch Date: September 21
  • Value: $40
  • Estimated Size: About 12 hours for the crucial path [read more]

GameSpot — 9/10

“It’s about exploring a world and seeing what it once was, and helping to restore it again. And while Kena: Bridge of Spirits is full of familiar-feeling combat and exploration, its ability to find different ways to look at those ideas makes for a beautiful, emotional, and exciting journey.” — Phil Hornshaw [Full review]

Polygon

“Inspirations should always serve as a jumping-off point, something to build upon. But it often feels less like Kena: Bridge of Spirits was inspired by things, and more like it decided it could squish its beautifully realized world of magic and spirits into a ready-made mold. The result is a thoughtless blend; a hybridized paste. Vibrant and undoubtedly beautiful, Kena: Bridge of Spirits shows us every color in the spectrum. But strangely, it all feels brown–a muddy, grayish brown that comes from having mixed together every color on the palette.” — Ewan Wilson [Full review]

Hello there, little Rot
Whats up there, little Rot

Press Begin — 8/10

“Kena: Bridge of Spirits makes a good impression. It balances simplicity and challenge while weaving a neatly-paced story into something that can be played over a chill couple of days. Despite fantastic production values it’s still far from a AAA title–so it’s important to keep expectations in check, but anyone looking to lose themselves in a charming, gorgeous world ripe for exploration should look no further. It’s exactly what I needed right now–perfect cozy weekend entertainment.” — Kieron Verbrugge [Full review]

Eurogamer

“To me, Kena: Bridge of Spirits very much has first game syndrome–something with all the right ideas, weakened by their execution. If it does well–and given the fever with which it’s been followed leading up to its release, I expect it will–it’ll be because we often value AAA looks and mechanics more highly than attempts at innovation. I’m sure with this foundation Ember Lab has a great game in it, but this isn’t it just yet.” — Malindy Hetfeld [Full review]

IGN — 8/10

“With its elegantly simple combat and beautiful world, Kena: Bridge of Spirits harkens back to the days of the N64/GameCube-era Zeldas, Okami, and Star Fox Adventures, while also adding modern sensibilities and a distinct personal touch.” — Mitchell Saltzman [Full review]

Sport Informer — 9/10

“Bridge of Spirits stumbles a little in spots, yet confidently sprints into the heart of the adventure, rewarding the player with secrets galore and visuals that are almost always worth admiring. If you love Zelda-like games or are just looking for an experience that will make you smile every step of the way, you can’t go wrong with Kena: Bridge of Spirits.” — Andrew Reiner [Full review]

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