Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is a great game, as evidenced by our review, but it does feature a threat of losing all your progress if you die too many times. Well, we played through the campaign ahead of release, and have a collection of tips that should help to make your trip to the underworld of Hel a bit more palatable. Who knows, you might even survive to see the ending of the game!
Hopefully these tips help you in your quest to help Senua overcome her loss, and conquer some of her inner demons. If you’re playing the game on your own and figure out a killer strategy or trick, let us know in the comments below!
For more on Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice make sure to check out PlayStation LifeStyle’s review. Here’s what I had to say about Ninja Theory’s latest:
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is a complete experience for a bargain price. Struggling through life as a psychosis sufferer is an alarming experience, and Hellblade provides an illuminating glimpse into the lives of those afflicted by such terror. Combat is visceral, yet on the game’s easiest mode should prove no problem for those interested in experiencing the story. At an asking price of $29.99 USD, the campaign is just long enough to feel like this is money well-spent. Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is a stellar entry from Ninja Theory, and I can only hope this is the first of many “independent AAA” games to come from the veteran studio.
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