Dark, laced with wit, and adrenaline-pumping — Death’s Door is the Metroidvania that’s finally hooked me.
Metroidvanias have long eluded me as a genre. I’ve never been able to get into the backtracking aspect of them; their maps never intrigued me enough, and their stories always lost me. That all changed upon taking control of Death’s Door‘s tiny crow.
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