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Blood Will Tell: Tezuka Osamu's Dororo
6.1* out of 10

Blood Will Tell: Tezuka Osamu's Dororo

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Overall 8

Medieval Japanese Cyborg takes on Netherworld

Terrence Bosky, MobyGames
6 April 2005
  • Conclusion: I don’t love Blood Will Tell, but I do think it’s a pretty good game. The strength of the storyline alone covers many of the flaws. Personally, I was captivated during a scene where Hyakkimaru and Dororo slept along opposite sides of a river bank and troll emerged from the mists, ringing a bell and...
  • Pros: When a noble samurai is tricked by the 48 Fiends into trading what he cherishes most for the power to unify the country, his son is savaged by the Fiends—each one ripping away a different body part. Setting his son’s remains adrift, the samurai abandons the child. Luckily a doctor finds the boy, ...
  • Cons: There’s a great game in here held back by some serious flaws. First up is the M-rating. This is a bloody game, but it’s never gory. And since Hyakkimaru only uses deadly force against demons and Fiends, you can’t even call it blood. And how is a giant stone monster bleeding anyway? That’s just du...
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