People think of evil as an unnatural invisible force, and so invoke the gods for protection. But evil can come from the hand behind the gods: a familiar hand, cold and cruel.
Senua, Celtic fighter professional, her face and arms slathered in cerulean woad coordinating the shade of her eyes, cuts through the crowds of the Viking undead with the cut off top of her dead beau tied to her belt. Here and there, Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice falls off similar to a coarse reboot of Lollipop Chainsaw. The difficulty is that slip-ups are really important here.
Senua have lack of numerous occasions to mess up. Hela tainted her arm with decay, and the ringlets of rot creep further up her appendage with every demise. Furthermore, when they contact her head? Game Over. Progress eradicated. It’s a perhaps argumentative component that helps make Senua’s situation relatable.