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4.7
(14 Reviews)
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Xbox One
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Code Vein - Season Pass XBOX One CD Key

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Release date: 27/09/2019

In The Face Of Certain Death, We Rise

In the not too distant future, a mysterious disaster has brought collapse to the world as we know it.  Towering skyscrapers, once symbols of prosperity, are now lifeless graves of humanity’s past pierced by the Thorns of Judgment. At the center of the destruction lies a hidden society of Revenants called Vein. This final stronghold is where the remaining few fight to survive, blessed with Gifts of power in exchange for their memories and a thirst for blood. Give into the bloodlust fully and risk becoming one of the Lost, fiendish ghouls devoid of any remaining humanity. Wandering aimlessly in search of blood, the Lost will stop at nothing to satisfy their hunger. Team up and embark on a journey to the ends of hell to unlock your past and escape your living nightmare in CODE VEIN.

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Kurkou
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First off - is this Anime Souls? Absolutely. But is it a bad ripoff? Absolutely not. Overall comparison: - movement is a bit more floaty in this one - Combat feels a bit less beefy but still very good - Weapon movesets have been replaced with active skills which I like more. You unlock them over time and after mastering each skill you can mix and match cross classes - Bosses are very similar to Souls but still feel fresh and challenging - most of the consumables and game mechanics are basically 100% copy&paste from Souls, which I don't mind because of the familiarity it creates for players like me - Level design also feels very similar with shortcuts and gorgeous views along the way The story gets interesting very fast with elements of post-apocalypse, underground rivers of Blood, Vampires etc. When it comes to the art style - I'm not a fan of Anime in general, but holy hell this game looks gorgeous! The characters are lively animated, the world is interesting with lots of details, it's colorful and the character customization is the best I've ever seen in any game. You can not only change your person itself but you can also customize different outfits and change between them whenever you want. Fashion Souls+ Oh yeah one mention about the difficulty: some people say this game is easier than Souls - wrong. Turn the AI companion off and you'll see. First "real" boss took me 20+ tries and it felt just as rewarding to finally beat it. Overall I highly recommend this game if you're a fan of deep character customization and want a fresh Souls experience in a wonderful world with gorgeous characters and interesting story.
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TheInsaneBeaker
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Awesome price for a bundle of this size. Definitely worth the money especially for those who like the Soulsborne combat style!
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Stomp
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It isnt the hardest Souls-like game but the story, soundtrack and the fact you can change classes and have a wide variety of builds weapons and armor makes it very fun to play.
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Mies-Man
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now this is what i call amazing Action Role Playing Game that deserves title "arpg of the year". good story, exelent music, challenging and rewarding combat. btw game will penalty you if you over level making you to Grind a lot to learn new skills. aslong you dont over level, you dont need to grind. 10/10 highly recommend
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Magnus
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If you’ve seen a trailer or any preview footage for Code Vein, the elevator pitch is clear: It’s an “anime Soulslike” – an action-RPG that promises the steep challenge and cautious combat that we’ve all become very acquainted with in recent years. Code Vein doesn’t simply layer generic anime style and storytelling on top of a Souls clone and call it a day, though: its unique post-apocalyptic sci-fi-meets-anime horror atmosphere stands out, and its flexible class system and an AI partner distinguish it from its peers mechanically. Some of those ideas make things more frustrating than they need to be at times, but in this kind of game, a healthy dose of frustration comes with the territory. Code Vein deserves some credit for experimenting with this firmly established formula in ways others often don't. True to its anime inspirations, Code Vein has a lot of story. Your custom character awakens in the ruins of a city as an undead “revenant” who feeds on blood in a wild, Mad Max-style, ghoul-eat-ghoul world. There are more revenants than people, which means food is scarce. The story itself is deadly serious, but there’s a bit of a wacky streak – including white trees that literally grow “beads” of blood. That makes the world interesting, but the wild designs sometimes felt out of place with the story’s bleak tone.
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