Com o lançamento de Kena: Bridge of Spirits, o embargo dos reviews também terminou e abaixo você confere as notas dos reviews que o jogo vem recebendo.

O review do PSX Brasil vai ao ar amanhã. Enquanto isso, confira as nossas impressões.



PC Gamer 65/100

Looks better than it plays, but it’s got a good heart.

IGN 8/10

With its elegantly simple combat and beautiful world, Kena: Bridge of Spirits harkens back to the days of the N64/GameCube-era Zeldas, Okami, and Star Fox Adventures, while also adding modern sensibilities and a distinct personal touch.

Eurogamer

Kena is smooth as a pebble – a game engineered to be so unoffensive there’s no reason not to play it, or to play it at all.

Gamesradar 4/5

An agreeable adventure that’s transformed into something special by its enchanting aesthetic

Polygon

Kena: Bridge of Spirits promises magic, but can’t deliver much of it

Destructiod 8/10

I wouldn’t call Kena: Bridge of Spirits overly ambitious. More like “strategically ambitious.” Ember Lab avoided biting off more than it could chew with its first game, and I dug it.

Rock Paper Shotgun

Kena: Bridge Of Spirits is a beautiful action-adventure game full of joy, wonder and character. It’s a breath of fresh air.

Game Informer 9/10

The world is fun to explore, and your time is rewarded with secrets galore and hats for your little Rot followers

Gamesbeat

So, yeah. So far, so good. I do have some concerns. As pretty as Kena’s magical forest is, it’s beginning to feel a little monotonous. I could use a bit more scenic variety, especially some indoor areas. I’ve been in a few caves, and they’re great. They’re eerie, atmospheric, and mystical. I want more caves!

Dualshockers 10/10

I really can’t recommend Kena: Bridge of Spirits highly enough that will see players partake in a meaningful journey absorbed in a vibrant world filled with fluid animations that cries out to be explored. With the game’s added photo mode, expect to add on a few more gameplay hours as you fill up your gallery with lots of cute Rot pictures, too.

Press Start 8/10

As an indie effort and a debut game, Kena: Bridge of Spirits makes a good impression. It balances simplicity and challenge while weaving a neatly-paced story into something that can be played over a chill couple of days. Despite fantastic production values it’s still far from a AAA title – so it’s important to keep expectations in check, but anyone looking to lose themselves in a charming, gorgeous world ripe for exploration should look no further. It’s exactly what I needed right now – perfect cozy weekend entertainment.

GameSpot 9/10

Kena: Bridge of Spirits uses a different perspective on familiar gameplay ideas to create tons of exciting combat and a deep emotional connection with its world.