The average score of Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty was recently published and we are seeing good reviews from critics.
Team Ninja can be considered one of the well-known developers among fans of Soulslike and Hack and Slash games. This studio may be better known today for the Nioh series, but in the past, with the development of the Ninja Gaiden game series, it was able to show its art in producing challenging hack and slash video games.
At the time of the introduction of Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, it seemed that the development team was trying to provide a different experience by taking inspiration from the gameplay structure of Nioh. Of course, thanks to the demo published by Wolong, it became clear that this game, although it has similarities to it, uses a much faster combat system. Nioh and Wo Long have significant differences in this regard. On Thursday, March 11, the average score of Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty game was published. In the reviews, we see good feedback from most of the critics.
In the following, you can read some of the opinions of the media in Zoomji and share your opinions with us.
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty
- Manufacturer: Team Ninja
- publisher: Koi Tekmo
- Platform: Computer, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X Xbox Series S
- style: Action Adventure / Hack and Slash / Soulslike
- Release date: March 12
Push Square: 90 out of 100
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is a great action role-playing game that shows an even more hardcore version of the very popular Soulslike formula. This fast paced and frenetic game packs a punch thanks to the mesmerizing combat system we’ve had the pleasure of mastering so far. This game might shock casual players, but those looking for more of a challenge should stop looking and experience it.
Game Informer: 88 out of 100
Even though the second half of the game is not as good as the first half, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty offers an enjoyable experience. The action of this game is accurate and responsive. Learning the intricacies of each enemy’s combat structure feels immensely satisfying.
GamesRadar: 80 out of 100
In the end, it doesn’t matter how many times you fail and get killed. What matters here is the thrill of fighting and rising to the challenge posed by your opponent. When you’re up against the biggest or scariest enemies in the game, keep your head up and stay focused. Then their best combos like a martial arts master [باد بگیرید و] Dodge before you disembowel them. It is irresistibly pleasurable. Your fighting and finishing system in the game alone has the potential to experience a focused warrior (player) until the end of the game. Keep your cool and fill up.
VJ247: score 80 out of 100
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is a great action game and it shows why Framsoft’s team of ninjas is usually mentioned. The precise combat system of the game maneuvers on the quality of the player’s movements. Also, this item is supported by good and complicated steps. All these are set against an exaggerated fantasy story. It’s a shame that the quality of the game is constantly dragging you down.
VGC: 60 out of 100
Wo Long is more of a side step to Nioh 2; Not a revolutionary movement. Still, the game is creative, and even with its questionable technical issues on PlayStation 5, it’s a worthwhile adventure. Of course, after killing the last boss, this game won’t stay in your mind for long.