Hey everyone. My name is Med, and I’m Thunder Lotus’s QA tester and resident speedrunner. As you can imagine, I’ve played Sundered quite a bit. In total, I think I’ve logged more than 1,000 hours in the game! Today, I’d like to go over some advanced techniques that you should definitely learn if you want to master Sundered.
In case this is the first time you’re hearing about the game, Sundered is a horrifying fight for survival and sanity. You play Eshe, a wanderer in a ruined world, trapped in ever-changing caverns filled with hordes of terrifying enemies. We’re the same studio that made Jotun, a hand-drawn epic set in Norse mythology.
Sundered launches today on PS4, so let’s get started!
Hello PlayStation fans. I’m extremely excited to announce that Sundered is coming to PS4 on July 28!
To celebrate the announcement, we’ve created what I think is Sundered’s best trailer yet.
For those who don’t know, Sundered is a horrifying fight for survival and sanity. You play Eshe, a wanderer in a ruined world, trapped in ever-changing caverns filled with hordes of terrifying enemies. We’re the same studio that made Jotun, a hand-drawn epic set in Norse mythology.
I love boss fights. They’re the ultimate test of skill — the highest gameplay and emotional peak. They’re the reason I love to make games. Nothing brings me more joy than seeing players get totally crushed by a terrifyingly gargantuan beast. Today, I’m really excited to announce Sundered’s third boss: Legion & Salvation.
Legion & Salvation are the masters of Sundered’s third domain, the Eschaton City. A terrible mash up between an Eschaton Cultist and a Valkyrie General, this boss truly shows the horror of what lies deep within Sundered’s entrails.
I love games. For as long as I remember, I’ve played. I’ve played with my brothers, my parents, my friends, and classmates. I’ve played outside, inside, with a ball, with a stick, on a team, alone, in summer and in winter. I love games.
In 2008, I was lucky enough to be accepted into Concordia University’s Bachelor of Computer Science and Computer Arts Double Major. I made my first board game with some great people. I learned that creating something is hard. I learned that taking critique is much harder than giving it. I learned the value of teamwork. I felt the amazing satisfaction of going from idea to execution.
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