, published by Outspark
, reminds me of Vindictus
in far too many ways. I only question which came first and whether more fighting games like the two are coming in the future. While I have had a lot of love for Vindictus
since its release, I also have had enough issues with it that I had to stop playing it much at all. While I will save that for another article, I can use the popular Nexon
release to illustrate what is wrong and right about Divine Souls
. More of Massively's readers are probably familiar with Vindictus
, so that will be a good point of comparison.
Think of Divine Souls
uglier little cousin. Granted, Vindictus
is a supermodel, so that makes Divine Souls
just an average beautiful person, but it should still be noted. Also, both games pit players against hordes of enemies -- massive swarms of baddies that die in spectacular ways. Well, spectacular when you see them for the first few times. After that it becomes pretty repetitive.
Join me past the cut and let's talk about what I liked and didn't like about Divine Souls
. Don't worry, there are no baddies to jump you.