Let It Die is what you get when you drag Dark Souls back through time, fill it with cheap booze, and knock it out on the floor of CBGB after a long night of dirty punk shows. That’s unsurprising given its developer is Grasshopper Manufacture, the studio founded by Goichi “Suda51” Suda. When you fire up the E3 demo and your nude brawler starts wandering through a bombed out theme park, picking up bats and nail guns, putting on clothes he finds on the ground, and getting stomped by enormous monsters made of dirty, discarded mannequin limbs, it makes sense. Yes, this is what it would look like if the guy who made Shadows of the Damned remade Bloodborne.  

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