A Plague Tale: Innocence Review

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  • Release date: 14 May 2019
  • Genre: Action,  Adventure,  Puzzle
  • Developer: Asobo Studio
  • Publisher: Focus Home Interactive
  • Languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish - Spain, Czech, Polish, Portuguese - Brazil, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish - Latin America, Korean, Japanese, Traditional Chinese
  • Features: Single-player, Steam Achievements, Full controller support, Steam Trading Cards, Steam Cloud, Remote Play on TV

A Plague Tale: Innocence is a third person action-adventure game with stealth elements.The player takes on the role of Amicia, a girl who is searching for her brother Hugo. The game is set in a world that has been overtaken by the Inquisition, an organization that has been using otherworldly means to keep the population in line. Players will have to use the environment to their advantage to avoid detection and make their way through the world. A Plague Tale: Innocence is a three-part story based on the novel of the same name. It is an adventure story with a twist: the story is about a young girl, Amicia, and her little brother Hugo, who are on the run from the Inquisition. Amicia, with the help of a mysterious creature called a rat, takes control of the rats and uses them to her advantage.


Players will have to use the environment to their advantage to avoid detection and make their way through the world. The game features three playable characters, Amicia, who is a girl who is searching for her brother, and her two best friends, a fox and a bird, both of whom have their own abilities, strengths, and personalities. Players will have the ability to control all three characters and switch between them on the fly. The game features stealth mechanics and players must scavenge for items and supplies in order to survive.

The game is about the journey of Amicia and Hugo trying to stay alive. The game starts with Hugo being taken by the Inquisition. Amicia goes to the Inquisition to get her brother back, but she is captured instead. The Inquisition took her and her brother to the Bastille, a prison-like building. The Inquisition is so sure that Amicia is not a witch, that they send her out to the forest to die.

The game is fairly long. It is about 15 hours long. There are many different puzzles for the player to solve. The game has a map for players to help them navigate. Players can also find treasure chests that give players weapons and abilities.


The graphics are not the best. The graphics are not great, but it is not a huge problem for the game. The graphics are not an issue, but the game would be better with better graphics.

Information about replayability

A Plague Tale: Innocence has three endings. This makes the game replayable and fun to play again.


Lightmatter is a puzzle game that has players manipulate light to solve puzzles. The game is not difficult, and it's aesthetics are minimalistic. The game has good replay value, and it's levels are different each time the game is played. The game's puzzles are simple, and it's mechanics are not difficult to understand.

  • Nice graphics
  • Good, intuitive gameplay
  • Interesting story
  • Interesting gameplay mechanics
  • Interesting character development
  • Interesting setting
  • A lot of freedom
  • The game is very difficult
  • The game is not very replayable
  • The game is not very long
  • The game is not very satisfying
  • The game is not very scary

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