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BABYLON’S FALL | Launch Trailer
BABYLON’S FALL | Combat 101 Trailer
BABYLON’S FALL | TGA Trailer 2021
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Critic Reviews for Babylon's Fall
Babylon's Fall is just dull, repetitive and ultimately forgettable. The combat at the game's core so simple and lacking in challenge, especially if you have a full team. We all know that PlatinumGames are capable of games so much more than this, and Square Enix should probably step back from their live service efforts, because they simply haven't cracked it.
Babylon’s Fall feels like a game that came out a decade ago, both visually and in its gameplay. Combat is clunky and boring most of the time, outside of a few highlights here and there. There’s nothing that encourages players to engage with the live-service elements, despite it being a core tenet of the experience. It’s like someone fed a computer a bunch of information and had it generate an action RPG. Babylon's Fall’s biggest credit is that it’s technically competent; the game isn’t broken or held back by major bugs or issues. It’s a shame, because PlatinumGames has proven itself to be an impressive talented studio. Unfortunately, Babylon's Fall manages to disappoint on just about every front.
Babylon's Fall could be one of the worst titles of 2022, even though it had the potential to be something good, all of that potential was lost in a bad design, very outdated graphics, a very bad story, and a cheap attempt to make money in a tired gaas concept.
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