Between our world and the world beyond lie the Titan Souls, the spiritual source and sum of all living things. Now scattered amongst the ruins and guarded by the idle titans charged with their care, a solitary hero armed with but a single arrow is once again assembling shards of the Titan Soul in a quest for truth and power.Read full description
“...Titan Souls succeeds so fantastically, creating vivid, memorable experiences that stick with you long after you’ve put down the controller. It's a boss worth fighting.” 9/10 – Yahoo Games
“Titan Souls' creative fights and fluid controls maker for intensely satisfying and rewarding one-hit-kill combat.” 8/10 – IGN
“One singular great idea is the foundation for a smart and occasionally thrilling action puzzler.” 8.7/10 – PC Gamer
Between our world and the world beyond lie the Titan Souls, the spiritual source and sum of all living things. Now scattered amongst the ruins and guarded by the idle titans charged with their care, a solitary hero armed with but a single arrow is once again assembling shards of the Titan Soul in a quest for truth and power.
Colossal Titans: Explore the ancient ruins of your forefathers and uncover extraordinary and unique titans, each with their own savage attacks and hidden weakness. Find and exploit their faults to slay the beasts and consume the primeval power that lies within them.
Simple Combat: Loose your solitary arrow at the monstrous titans and summon it back to your hand to unleash another forceful strike. Dash and run from the titan’s attacks but do not fear death, as it is both inevitable and plentiful in Titan Souls.
Arcane Secrets: This realm is not without its secrets. Long forgotten titans are hidden in the shadows and prowling through the furthest corners of the land – find them, destroy them, and take their souls for your own to discover the true extent of the power that resides here.
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I feel like saying that right from the start, I love this game. The main concept of this title is you fighting bosses, the Titans. Your character has a bow, arrow and telekinesis ability to bring the arrow back. Each of the Titans has one weak point to be hit with your arrow. Sounds easy. But that's not the case, often hitting the weak point takes a lot of practice, and the character also dies on one hit, so you have to be careful. The game is very hard but also very satisfying.
I just beat the true final boss of the game. It was beautiful in a wacky, what-the-heck sort of way. I'm usually not a fan of difficulty in games. I always denounce the "difficulty" as a cheap trick. Titan Souls is built on honest difficulty. Its challenge comes not in the form of a cramped arena with a horde of enemies that spew projectiles, but in timing and positioning. Each boss is a unique puzzle with a unique weakness, and thankfully, you only have to shoot the boss once for it to die. The world is gorgeous, the music is delightful, and the bosses are stunning. And I love the plant monster wallpaper you get with the collector's edition too.
The game is for those people that enjoy Zelda and the other retro-themed RPG look a like games. I played it for a couple of hours myself, gotta say I'm impressed.
I enjoyed this game quite a bit, however I feel it was too short. All of the bosses were difficult and interesting and I was able to figure out the majority of them in a few attempts but executing the kill took a while. Some of the sounds were reminiscent of Dark Souls, so much so that I wouldn't be surprised if they were the same sounds. The graphics are good and the controls are responsive. The concept is also unique where there are only bosses and you die in one hit while the boss dies in one hit to the weak zone. I was able to beat this game the first time in around 3 hours but I didn't enjoy it enough to play it again in hard mode or attempt to beat it for the Iron Man achievement. I might go back and play it some time in the future, and while I do feel the game is rather good I feel that it is far too short. If you like hard games this is a good one to check out, but avoid it if you don't like being frustrated and dying a lot.
Shadow of the Colossus is actually one of my favourite games ever. That game was unique, and there is no other game that made me feel so weak and fragile against those living mountains we had to face. Titan Souls is very similar to Shadow of the Colossus in many ways, but in essence it is just the opposite. The game from Team ICO was an epic journey, and this one is just a frustrating one. The game is difficult in a way that you don't want it to be. You have to die dozens of times at each one of the bosses to learn from their tactics and patterns. It will take some time to reach its weak spot and end the battle with a well aimed arrow. Sounds good, but it is not. Every time you die, you have to backtrack to the boss from the checkpoint. Yes, this journey is usually short, but when you've died more than 10 times you feel it longer and longer. Titan Souls has a huge map and nothing else on it rather than the titans waiting for you to be found. Sometimes you will miss some areas and, once you've completed the game -you don't need to kill them all to do that-, you will have the feeling that you've missed many parts of it. Once done -in just a couple of hours- new challenging modes unlock making it harder. Pointless. Music is awesome, and it has some good boss fights, but I was extremely disappointed by this tittle.
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