A Plague Tale: Innocence

released on May 14, 2019

A Plague Tale: Innocence, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, tells the grim story of two siblings fighting together for survival in the darkest hours of History. This new video game from Asobo Studio sends you on an emotional journey through the 14th century France, with gameplay combining adventure, action and stealth, supported by a compelling story. Follow the young Amicia and her little brother Hugo, who face the brutality of a ravaged world as they discover their purpose to expose a dark secret. On the run from the Inquisition's soldiers, surrounded by unstoppable swarms of rats incarnating the Black Death, Amicia and Hugo will learn to know and trust each other as they struggle for their lives against all odds.


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There's things to enjoy here, but the gameplay mechanics are too basic for what the game wants you to achieve as it progresses. In particular, there is a part near the very end of the game that involves pushing a cart to avoid arrows. I had to throw the towel in there -- never have I been as frustrated as that with a game. Disappointing, as I wanted to finish it! I would say that the story starts off great, but veers into quite camp horror as it progresses. Some people will really like that, but I found it quite interesting just moving through plague-riddled France before the supernatural elements really ramped up.

An absolutely fantastic game with a great story that keeps you hooked and wanting for more. The facts that you learn more and more about the happenings of the plot at the time your characters do as everything unfolds in front of you makes this a very immersive game. The ONLY thing holding this back from a 5 is that it holds your hand a bit too much. I would have loved to have been challenged more at times and you find resources for crafting a bit too often which makes them feel not as precious. Other than that, a great game that I highly recommend!

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The various ways in which you can go about your progression is refreshing, whether you want to fight the inquisition or stealthy take them out rarely makes those moments boring. Dealing with the rats are more linear and usually give you a specific task to get past them however It doesn't take away from the joy of accomplishing those tasks. These things meshed with an engrossing storyline with great pacing and great relationship building between characters make this a wonderful experience.