Deathloop (2021) Video Game Review

Title: Deathloop.

Release Date: 2021.
Console (played on): PlayStation 5.
Console (Also available on): PC (Microsoft Windows).
Mode(s): Single-Player, Multiplayer.
Genre(s): Action, Adventure, Comedy.
Developer: Arkane Studios.
Publisher: Bethesda Softworks.

Director(s): Dinga Bakaba.
Artist(s): Sébastien Mitton.
External Writer(s): Joe Fielder.
Composer(s): Tom Salta & Ross Tregenza.
Voice Actor(s): Jason E. Kelley, Ozioma Akagha, Cherami Leigh, Erika Ishii, Michael Croner, Josh Zuckerman, Khoi Dao, and many more!

My Overall Rating:

Rating: 8 out of 10.


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20 thoughts on “Deathloop (2021) Video Game Review

  1. Like Bookstooge, my first thought was of Groundhog Day (strangely a movie I watched over and over again, which seems kinda redundent given the movie was about him replaying his day over and over again). But it sounds like they took a slightly different direction with the video game. 🙂

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  2. I *JUST* saw a tweet from Kumail Nanjiani, talking about this game and then your post popped up in my reader! WHAT A COINCIDENCE! I’m not much of a gamer, but it was really interesting to read your thoughts on it.

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    1. It is totally worth trying out! And yes, the graphic design of the world is very similar to Bioshock. IF you enjoyed that franchise, you’ll love this one too. And if you tried Prey or Dishonored, you will notice all the best parts of those games in this one too! Thanks for reading, Leon!

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      1. I absolutely about getting it around X-Mas since I’ll have free time starting Dec. 05 to about Jan. 10! Prey was such a good one, and
        I enjoyed watching my older brother play through both Dishonored and Dishonored 2. That was a very enticing game!

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  3. I’m in the middle of playing through Deathloop now! Only have two of the Slabs, but I’m enjoying poking around and seeing all the secrets. I think I like Prey a bit better because there was more of cohesive, linear storyline to follow (though I went ALL over the place and did all the side quests in that one). Curious how I’ll feel when I finish!

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    1. So many wonderful Easter eggs where you least expect them! I hope you have a blast trying different ways to get to your objectives. 😛 It’s indeed a bit messy, story-wise, but still fun, especially the chemistry between Colt and Julianna. One plot twist I definitely didn’t see coming a bit further down the line too.

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