I rarely post reviews, but this game has the honor of being the first one I would call "exceptionally bad".
It could be a result of my high expectations, though, as the main idea clearly had a lot of potential.
However, that potential lied in the possibility for creative character abilities, but each character has only two moves; melee and special. These are supposed to be the Seven Mortal Sins - and all wrath can do is headbutt and punch. Upgrade him and he gets some short-range boomerangs. So this became less a game of 7 inherently different characters and more of one character with 7 abilities who can punch people.
The graphics are below par.
I bought for the plot, and it wasn't there.
And the greatest sin throughout the game lies in the controls; having to quickly switch between seven different characters is dreadful yet required for the puzzles.
Perhaps it was released too early.
Perhaps funding was cut.
But the only thing about this game which did not disappoint was the trading card value on the community market.
Perhaps then you can get some of your money back.
Posted: January 24th, 2014