Skul: The Hero Slayer is shortly left for the console, available from January 20 this year on Steam but from October 21 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch. The roguelite created by SouthPAW Games marks its success thanks to these arrivals, after a long period of early access that served to smooth out the defects and improve the good that already existed.
Skul: The Hero Slayer has the distinction of having 90 playable characters, each with their unique abilities. You can acquire new ones depending on the skull you wear, carrying up to two at a time. This means different attack ranges, speeds, and power.
There is no shortage of classic end-of-level Bosses, powerful beyond imagination. Everything revolves around the Dark Quartz, derived from the pain and hatred of life itself and capable of contaminating and taking control of everything it touches. It is an interesting title, able to give the right doses of satisfaction. Taking a look at it certainly doesn’t hurt.