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AeternoBlade is one of those games that’s frustrating, not because anything in it is broken, but because brief glimpses of excellence show what could’ve been. It's a decent game, but mediocrity rears its ugly head in nearly every aspect. You could do much worse with Metroidvania games than this, but there’s very little here that you haven’t seen done before, probably better. If you are chomping at the bit for every Metroidvania you can find for Switch, then perhaps AeternoBlade is worth the punt. If that’s not you, we’d suggest a better release in the genre - such as like Axiom Verge or Shantae: Half-Genie Hero - and to sit this one out.
While AeternoBlade is far from being an offensively bad game (it’s no Sword of Fortress the Onomuzim), but it’s like a game from nearly two decades ago that doesn’t provide people with a sense of nostalgia. It’s not exactly an expensive game, but if you’re seriously desperate for something that resembles an early PS2 or Dreamcast title, in both qualities and flaws, then wait for a price drop and then grab this one.
Aeternoblade is a Metroidvania game that has an interesting plot on paper, sadly its gameplay and design leave a poorly executed and tedious game in its wake.