When it comes to Souls and Soulslike games, most gamers will immediately think of developer FromSoftware with classic works like Elden Ring, Dark Souls or most recently Armored Core 6. However, , this game genre is still very diverse with the presence of many other developers and comes with equally quality projects.
Undeniably, Thymesia is heavily inspired by developer FromSoftware’s Bloodborne, even in terms of character design and world. However, very rarely are these two games compared and Thymesia itself still stands out as a worthwhile game for Soulslike fans.
The game has its own lore and world, definitely worth exploring as it comes with a lot of interesting content. However, Thymesia itself is not really perfect enough to rise to the ranks of super products.
The Surge 2
If you like the Robo Souls genre, The Surge and even its sequel are great choices for every gamer. In The Surge 2, the series has really found its footing, and while it admittedly emulates the Dark Souls formula to some extent, it still offers its own unique style of play. me.
This is also a game that consumes a lot of time for gamers in the journey of developing and upgrading the robot until it becomes a legend and is no longer afraid of any enemies.
The biggest highlight of Steelrise is that it has created a very good and in-depth story and context. Everything started when the king wanted to subdue rebellions through creating an army of robots to pacify rebel lands. At first, everything was fine, but gradually, things got worse when the robots staged their own uprising.
Playing as Aegis, the main character of the game, gamers will have to find a way to stop the rebellion and thereby try to save humanity from destruction.