The Surge 2. Combat is much more intuitive than actual Soulsborne games and thus a lot easier although you still get punished with a death screen if you make too many mistakes or be too confident in taking on trash mobs. It also rewards zoning to keep a positional advantage instead of like in Souls games where enemies have insane tracking and extremely long reaches, basically forcing you to dodge into their swing instead of away, which is against any kind of logic. You also get what is basically infinite healing by aggressively keeping the pressure on enemies and parries can actually be pulled off consistently. The only weak point is that the game is so short, it seems these Germans want to make it a trilogy. Unironically liked the first one and I think these two are the best souls clones out there.
Things I hate:
- the main quest giver in this game is somehow a Steve Jobs lookalike who is obviously a kike but with a niggress granddaughter who has grey/blue eyes and she is pushed as the game's loli mascot with magick powers
- orange religion bad, I don't give a shit either way but the way they do it in this game is obnoxious
- green military bad, they are literally called AIDS kek, but at the same time a lot of the soldiers are women and niggers so you don't feel bad about mutilating them all the time
- muh segregation wall (there is even a HWNDU reference with an audio log speaking about the wall)
- two NPCs with Japanese names are shown as niggers
- a large majority of friendly NPCs are either niggers or stronk womyn while almost all of the human bosses are white males and a white woman
- the only somewhat important white male NPC is portrayed as an overconfident faggot who you have to belittle and tell to sod off if you want to do his quest correctly
By the way that giant murder machine on the cover is just the game's second boss which works almost like Iudex Gundyr, you either get constantly btfo by it because you don't have a grasp on the combat mechanics yet or you fully utilize everything the game already told you by that point and it becomes a walk in the park.