Senpai! I was waiting for you!
Let It Die is a free-to-play action game developed by GRASSHOPPER MANUFACTURE INC., SUPERTRICK GAMES,Inc. and published by GungHo Online Entertainment America. In the year 2026 AD, a large tectonic disturbance caused mass destruction around the world. In the midst of the destruction, South Western Tokyo split off into the ocean where the seismic activity caused a large spire to rise out of the ocean piercing the island creating a tower-like structure deemed holy by some.
Release Date: 26 Sep, 2018
Developer: GRASSHOPPER MANUFACTURE INC., SUPERTRICK GAMES,Inc.
Publisher: GungHo Online Entertainment America
Genre: Action, Free
Let It Die
OS: Win 7
CPU: Intel® Core™ i7 4700 or higher
RAM: 8 GB
GRAPHIC: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 680 or higher
HDD: 40 GB
OS: Win 10
CPU: Intel® Core™ i7 7700 or higher
RAM: 16 GB
GRAPHIC: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1080 or higher
HDD: 40 GB
- Players fight through a treacherous tower obtaining various types of weapons and armor while finding creatures and mushrooms to eat in order to stay alive.
- When hacking and slashing your foes just isn’t enough, you can use ultra violent Rage Moves or Goretastics to finish them off with style!
- Pry weapons and armor from the cold dead grasp of your fallen foes or craft even better gear. Eat mushrooms, frogs, and other odd creatures to keep your strength up or activate special abilities. Strategize when it’s best to fight or sneak away to fight another day.
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Let It Die Review
Let It Die is a free-to-play hack and slash video game. Fight your way to the top in this chaotic and pulp survival action. Begin your journey in your underwear and survive by any means necessary while taking advice from Uncle Death, a skateboarding reaper. Under the supervision of a skateboarding grim reaper called Uncle Death, Players fight through a treacherous tower obtaining various types of weapons and armor while finding creatures and mushrooms to eat in order to stay alive. Upon death, a player’s “death data” is then circulated among other player’s games where they will appear as formidable opponents. The sharing of “death data” is one of the various asynchronous multiplayer elements that can be found in the game. The best thing about this game overall is its amazing soundtrack with its collaborations with over 100+ different solo tracks from artist dedicated to the game as well as music by Akira Yamaoka. The game itself is kinda like Dark Souls lite but everything is disposable, including characters. The game is very stylized and weird as hell. I'm happy to see more Japan developed titles like this!