Thymesia

4.4 out of 5
14 User Ratings
5 Stars
57%
5 Stars
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4 Stars
36%
4 Stars
36%
3 Stars
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2 Stars
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Thymesia
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About Thymesia

About this game

A kingdom once thriving on the power of alchemy enters an age of calamity. After discovering the price behind alchemy, an attempt to stop the use of it backfired. Within a few days, the kingdom was in chaos and the streets infested with monsters.

The key to understanding all of this is in Corvus’ hands, but he has lost his memory. The truth can only be found within his memories, but every time he dives back in, he only finds more secrets.

Features

  • Harness the Plague: Seize the disease from gruesome bosses and wield them as weapons. Give them a taste of their own medicine. This is the only way to survive this desolate kingdom.
  • Embrace the Raven: Shift into your raven form during battle. Throw your feathers like daggers and execute enemies with the swiftness of a raptor.
  • Fight Your Way: Upgrade and modify your basic movements and plague weapons. Build your very own play-style and prepare for the challenges in your way.
  • Shattered Memories: Recover your memories through adventures. With different choices you’ve made and items you’ve collected, you’ll get different endings. Stitch together your own truth.

Game Details

Release Date:
August 18, 2022
Developer:
OverBorder Studio
Publisher:
Team17
Supported Languages:
English +
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Product Requirements

Minimum:

  • OS: Windows 10 (64 Bit)
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 or AMD Ryzen 5
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 or Radeon HD 7970
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 16 GB available space

Recommended:

  • OS: Windows 10 (64 Bit)
  • Processor: Intel Core i7 or AMD Ryzen 7
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 or AMD Radeon RX 580
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 16 GB available space

YouTube Videos

Thymesia - Lets Play - Ep1 - Getting Started

November 13, 2022

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August 24, 2022

This Boss Makes You Git Gud -Thymesia Part 2

September 02, 2022

Thymesia User Reviews

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User Rating

Average score from 14 ratings
87% of users would recommend this.
4.4

User Ratings Breakdown

5 Stars
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5 Stars
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4 Stars
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4 Stars
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3 Stars
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2 Stars
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2 Stars
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XanD3R
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The game looks pretty good - A lot of content reminds me Dark Souls and Sekiro. Graphic looks fantastic too - especially enviroment is unique, colorful and destructing objects on map is satysfying. I like combat too. It quite harder than dark souls - timing dodges and deflects is challenging and the speed of combat reminds me sekiro a bit. I quite like the diversity of enemies and their attacks. The game offers smooth mechanics with skill trees and cool plague attacks mechanics which offers stealing weapon attacks from enemies. Bosses are tough so the win is rewarding and offers personal satisfaction after defeating them. The only negative that game has are bugs - game is pretty new so some enemies kinda likes being bugged - e.g.: basic enemies with herkules-like healing rate or walking up the stairs like spider man. All in all, the developers did a pretty good job with the game. It offers hours of fun and challenges what makes game perfect for players, who are looking for a game which will not lead you by the hand.
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Cosmin
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Good souls-like, kinda short but definitely worth the money
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Malekar
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Really enjoying the game. It has a strong area feel of bloodborne with a unique combat system. I'd say it captures difficult souls like situations and a single minibusses can wreck you. If you enjoyed those games you'll enjoy this one.
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If you want a good souls like

Fanatical User
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Souls like to a T nothing new or groundbreaking but solid gameplay
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Good Game Play for the Value, Would Recommend for those that like Souls-Like

PhoenixShadow
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I am still in the middle of playing it, It does seem as if timing on some things are off, Parrying does not always work the way I feel it should, Just finished playing God of war, this is a little bit different combat wise, I do like the health / claw system. You have to eliminate the white bar of an enemy's health, to reveal the green bar, but the white will regenerate up to the point of the green depending on your skills and how long you go without hitting the enemy. So far the gameplay is pretty fast paced and to me favors an aggressive stance, which I do prefer, but I find the story a little lacking in depth. Overall I would recommend the game Simply because the combat is fun, I enjoy the plague weapon system a good bit and I have not unlocked all the weapons, the story may be lacking but I find that in atleast half the games I play the enjoyment is not the story at all. That plus the price you really can not beat the value you get here! Also could be a great intro to some Souls like gameplay!
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Recommended

ReplayTheMaster
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For fans of both Dark Souls and Bloodborne this game with scratch that SoulsBorne itch. While short (about 8-20 hours, depending on skill and optional side missions), what levels it does have have a good use of scenery and decent level design, if a tiny bit confusingly laid out, and the few bosses offer a good challenge without being unfair. The is an unfortunately lack of enemy variety, with out about 5 enemy types outside of minibosses, which even then are mostly just powered up normal enemies, though it isn't very noticeable in normal gameplay. Each level does spread out the enemies well enough that its doesn't get repetitive. The major mechanics that stand out from other Souls-like games are that enemies have a dual health bar which each respond better to different types of attacks, and that every enemy, bosses included, have a special weapon that can be stolen from them and used by you, and even unlocked permanently. There is a skill tree is similar to that of Sekiro, which does have admittedly few paths, but offers a little variety and replayability, though the general leveling up offers very little to worry about There are a couple of warnings I'd like to present in terms of progression. Some minibosses will fully heal if you kite them too far from their spawn location, and you won't be able to hurt them, so keep near their spawn when fighting them. And learn both the parry timing and dodge timing, as some enemies and bosses respond better to dodging and others to parrying.
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Bloodbore

Sail Dayton
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I was hoping to scratch my Bloodborne itch, but this wasn't it. The game simply feels unfinished, from the outdated graphics, lack of voice lines, very limited and monotonous environments, etc. Combat is somewhere between Sekiro and Bloodborne, but every enemy is a damage sponge and with no clear indication whether your hits will stagger the enemy or if they'll just power through it and hit you, every encounter is an unfun gamble. The skill tree is fun in concept, but the skills themselves aren't all that great. Stuff like the extended combo just opens a bigger window for the enemies to hit you since your attacks don't stagger. And though the skill tree looks a little big, as soon as you pick one branch you often cannot choose another one. I had high hopes for this game but it is just not fun. It feels like it should be in early access, with all the unpolished and missing features to come later. Not unplayable, but not worth playing.
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Recommended

Fanatical User
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Awesome game. For an indie game it is well made!!! If you like souls like games it is an easy buy.
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