King of the castle
Perhaps ‘Dark Souls-vania’ is a bit of an overstatement, but there’s no denying the plethora of influences, both modern and contemporary, in this gorgeously sacrilegious metroidvania. Blasphemous is dripping in grim atmosphere and stuffed full of macabre religious iconography, bloody combat, and enough lore to fill the Old...
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Levels, bosses, items, and secrets
The excellent Metroidvania title Blasphemous has today been treated to its last free post-launch update, titled Wounds of Eventide. Much like the previous two patches delivered after release, there are new levels, bosses, items, and secrets to experience. This final chunk of story will also lead into the events of...
Wounds of Eventide
Brilliantly brutal action title Blasphemous is getting a big update on the 9th December, which adds the game's "final chapter". Titled 'Wounds of Eventide', you can watch its intriguing animated teaser above. And that's not all. Blasphemous II is happening — but it's a while off. It's currently aiming for a 2023 release date,...
Miriam, Boss rush mode, more
There are a good number of Souls-inspired 2D action games these days, but few are better than Blasphemous. With its wonderful pixel art, grim tone, and satisfying gameplay, it's a bit of a hidden gem in PlayStation 4's catalogue. Another critically acclaimed 2D title is Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, a sort of...
Guts and gore
Blasphemous is out right now on PlayStation 4, bringing with it punishing 2D platforming action and a hack-n-slash style combat system that'll test your skills to the limits. To celebrate the occasion, developer The Game Kitchen has released the game's launch trailer. Launching to favourable reviews, it looks like Blasphemous is more...
About bloody time
Blasphemous has looked really intriguing for a long while now, and it finally has a release date on PlayStation 4. The gory and often nightmarish side-scrolling action role-playing game staggers onto Sony's system next month, on the 10th September. It'll be priced at $24.99/€24.99/£19.99. If you're not familiar with...
Watch the new trailer
When pixel art is done well, it can be very effective, and it looks like Blasphemous certainly fits the bill. This upcoming action game from Team 17 and The Game Kitchen is coming to PS4 in 2019, and it looks like a dark, creepy adventure. Playing as The Penitent One, you must explore the cursed land of Cvstodia and hack your...
Blasphemous is a punishing action-platformer that combines the fast-paced, skilled combat of a hack-n-slash game with a deep and evocative narrative core, delivered through exploration of a huge universe comprised of non-linear levels.
A foul curse has fallen upon the land of Cvstodia and all its inhabitants - it is simply known as The Miracle.
Play as The Penitent One - a sole survivor of the massacre of the ‘Silent Sorrow’. Trapped in an endless cycle of death and rebirth, it’s down to you to free the world from this terrible fate and reach the origin of your anguish.
Explore this nightmarish world of twisted religion and discover its many secrets hidden deep inside. Use devastating combos and brutal executions to smite the hordes of grotesque monsters and titanic bosses who are all ready to rip your limbs off. Locate and equip relics, rosary beads and prayers that call on the powers of the heavens to aid you in your quest to break your eternal damnation.