For $15 for 8 hours of awesome gameplay, Party of Sin is well worthy of your consideration.
The name “Braid” likely conjures feelings of all-round awesomeness in the hearts of gamers. But what happens when you take the gameplay of Braid and you add to it the seven deadly sins as characters. What happens? Well. . . deadly awesomeness, clearly, and that’s exactly what Party of Sin is: A deadly awesome game.
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In Party of Sin, each sin is represented by a character with unique abilities. Wrath, for instance, beats the living crap out of everything, cause he’s full of wrath. The remaining characters have similar, suitable special moves and you must use each character in order to find everything the game has to offer.
One of the nicest parts of the game is its soundtrack; it’s atmospheric and moody and gets your mind absorbed in the game Sadly, the graphics aren’t quite as good. They’re not bad, they’re just not brilliant either. But taking into account the low price of the game it’s hard to complain.
All in all, Party of Sin is a truly nice game. You’ll get 6-8 hours gameplay out of your 15 bucks and you’ll have a blast playing it. Without a doubt, a game worth checking out.
Part of Sin Overall: 8 out of 10