Sharpen swords! The graphically stunning butcher's Pascal’s Wager has arrived on iPhones
A few weeks ago, we announced a new and not very profane brutal RPG game Pascal’s Wager, which with its dark atmosphere and uncompromising appearance, charmed anyone who enjoys self-torment and cannot commit to games abounding in the difficulty of Dark Souls. At the time, it seemed that we would wait for this remarkable title for some time, but the developers, after all, had pity and finally released the game. What can we expect?
IOS floods RPG games, which are mostly on one brdo and their concept and game mechanics do not try to distinguish too much from others. This is all the more true for Asian, especially Japanese and Chinese titles, which are similar to egg eggs. Fortunately, there are Giant Network developers who rushed to the brutal role-playing game Pascal’s Wager, which is heavily inspired by a computer and console brother named Dark Souls. We will explore the world by H.P. Lovercraft, where there are no nasty creatures, decadence at every step and a dark, often rotten world. Of course we will be able to improve our beloved arsenal of weapons, play with different combinations of attacks and abilities, or invent different strategies applicable to each boss. In addition, we have a few characters to switch between. Each will have its own unique set of abilities and special gadgets.
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As already mentioned, the game takes a lot of inspiration from Dark Souls, so you can also look forward to lighting fires, allowing you to save the game and stay in your sanctuary for some time. There are sophisticated character models, a fantastic visual aspect and above all an adequate musical accompaniment that will not let you sleep. The only downside is that you will need to use the remote control for a full experience. Not that the game could not be controlled using the touch screen, but the movement is a breakneck and fight we do not even mention. So if you have the option, you better reach for the game controller and enjoy the game to its fullest. However, we won't stretch you any longer, if you're prone to masochism and the uncompromising difficulty makes you feel good, head to the App Store and get Pascal’s Wager for $ 179.