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Game Review: Drawn to Death

Jeremy Jeremy
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April 22nd, 2017

Review of: Drawn to Death
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4
On April 22, 2017
Last modified:April 22, 2017

Summary:

The game is easy to dismiss, as it is not a AAA title and doesn't hold bragging rights for power visuals or performance stats. However, if you stick around for just a few more minutes, unleash whatever teen angst you still have bottled up and come let loose on Drawn to Death.

Review of: Drawn to Death
Price:
Surprising

Reviewed by:
Rating:

4
On April 22, 2017
Last modified:April 22, 2017

Summary:

The game is easy to dismiss, as it is not a AAA title and doesn’t hold bragging rights for power visuals or performance stats. However, if you stick around for just a few more minutes, unleash whatever teen angst you still have bottled up and come let loose on Drawn to Death.

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Imagine cracking open your high school notebooks and browsing through your old crude doodles. This is the idea that sparked Drawn to Death, a free to play game recently released on PlayStation 4. Here is our review.

Game Review: Drawn to Death

From the moment you boot up the game, stiletto wearing sharks and cyborg vampires light up the screen. The game boasts a unique atmosphere jam-packed with insane creativity, and has a distinct cel-shaded sketchbook look to it. Anyone that hasn’t tried the game at this point is left wondering… How does it play?

Drawn to Death features an assortment of game modes familiar to gamers, with a few unique twists peppered throughout. Deathmatch and Team Deathmatch are joined by original game modes Organ Donor and Brawl. Organ Donor requires players to pick up “hearts” dropped after a player is eliminated and deposit them in designated areas. Brawl pits players mono y mono for up to seven rounds, setting close quarter boundaries within maps. These modes add a little variety and can spice things up after a few rounds of classic deathmatch. However, it doesn’t seem to be enough to keep players stuck on this game or showing signs of an unhealthy addiction to Drawn to Death.

Controls – Now we’ll talk how it plays a little more literally. The controls resemble that of any other third person shooter, with a few differences made to accommodate Drawn to Death’s wild special moves each character possess. In my opinion everything plays out smoothly, at least 90% of the time. On occasion the controls with feel stiff, causing character movements or actions to be less polished than desired for a game that thrives on online multiplayer. There are mishaps; there are glitches, and this is where players are getting divided on the game as a whole.

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I absolutely love the look and feel of David Jaffe’s artful game! I have been following this games development throughout the last few years. What I have found in that time is that I personally am willing to tolerate A LOT before it hinders my ability to enjoy a video game. This is namely why I chose to write here today as well, in an attempt to reach out to persons with similar interests and potentially more able to appreciate a game for it’s art, style, and atmosphere. The game is easy to dismiss, as it is not a AAA title and doesn’t hold bragging rights for power visuals or performance stats. However, if you stick around for just a few more minutes, unleash whatever teen angst you still have bottled up and come let loose on Drawn to Death.

Drawn to Death

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Surprising

The game is easy to dismiss, as it is not a AAA title and doesn’t hold bragging rights for power visuals or performance stats. However, if you stick around for just a few more minutes, unleash whatever teen angst you still have bottled up and come let loose on Drawn to Death.

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