Severed for Nintendo Wii U
Wii U


Sep 22, 2016
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About this game

Developer: DrinkBox Studios
Content Rating: Teen


In Severed you play as a distraught warrior, who is lost in a fantastical world. She is tasked with the challenge of knitting together pieces of her story from both the past and the future. Our heroine will embark on a journey through a surreal non-linear world using a gesture based combat mechanic to defeat enemies in this first person adventure. Unlock new abilities, discover secrets of the land, and grow in power as you master both offensive and defensive techniques. Let Severed be your mystery to unravel.

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Ben StegnerOct 03, 2016
With a fantastic atmosphere, a unique combat system that never gets tedious and a perfect difficulty curve, SEVERED is a must-play for Wii U owners. Unlike so many titles where touch controls are shoehorned in, this game makes using the stylus feel perfectly natural. A few frustrating elements are only slight scratches on this feverishly enjoyable experience. This should be fun for anyone, unless you dislike Metroidvania games, corridor action-adventure, and excellent combat.
Drew LeachmanSep 27, 2016
For a game that has a simple concept and controls, Severed can be a complex game both in exploration and combat. The combat is like a puzzle in and of itself, and it feels so rewarding getting the rhythm down while surrounded by multiple enemies in a fight. While not the longest experience in the world, it has some great ideas and some wonderful looks to keep players going all the way to the end.
Neal RonaghanSep 22, 2016
Despite all that, recommending Severed is easy. It’s a unique, intriguing game that makes brilliant use of the touch screen on the GamePad. This is a perfect off-TV experience. While the gameplay premise wears thin over the short adventure, when the slashing combat works and the exploration feels organic, it’s incredible. Just be prepared for a bit of repetition as the story reaches its conclusion.