PC Invasion’s Jason Rodriguez gives the haunting world of Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights‘ an 8.5/10 in their review. The dark fantasy Metroidvania fairy tale from publisher Binary Haze Interactive is available now on PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One with plans to arrive on PlayStation in Q3 2021.
It helps that the art design of each location is marvelous. There are visually striking backdrops from snow-capped battlements to skeleton-filled crypts, and gardens backed by scenic waterfalls in the distance. Likewise, the musical score is hauntingly beautiful. As you play and reach new areas, there’s a sense of loss and tragedy punctuating Lily’s own story as she progresses further. My only gripe when it comes to the audio department is that the voice acting is almost null whether you’re fighting or watching cutscenes.
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