Are you planning to buy Dead Cells? In this review, I will tell you everything that is good and bad about Dead Cells.

Graphics and Frame Rate

The graphics in Dead Cells are extremely poor, one of the worst I have ever seen in a game. However, the game compensates for it with a consistently high frame rate. Regardless of whether you are playing on a good or bad device, the frame rate remains consistently high.


Personally, I really like the weapons in Dead Cells. Some of them are hard to obtain, while others are extremely easy to acquire. Approximately half of the weapons in the game are unique and have their own distinctive attacks.


The levels in this game vary from each other to some extent. They either introduce new enemies or change the map layout in some way. While the levels are randomly generated, they still maintain a consistent feel.


Most of the enemies in this game are distinct from each other. However, I am not particularly fond of how the enemies are incorporated into the levels. Often, only one or two enemies are added to a level, and the rest are recycled from previous levels. Despite this, I appreciate the enemies’ attacks and the balanced difficulty based on the player’s level.


Dead Cells features only a few bosses, but all of them are enjoyable to fight. Each boss has unique attacks and is well-designed with minimal to no bugs. One issue I have with the bosses is that the fighting arena is usually cramped and difficult to maneuver. Most of the bosses present a challenge and their difficulty is well-balanced with the player’s available weapons.


Overall, I would rate Dead Cells an 8 out of 10. The game excels in terms of enemies, weapons, bosses, and frame rate. However, it falls short of a perfect score due to the subpar levels and graphics. Taking all of these factors into account, I would rate Dead Cells an 8 out of 10.

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