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Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice: Combat VS Puzzles?

If you want combat and action, this isn’t the game for you. 
 

it’s extremely narrative and the puzzles do play a large part of progression. There’s very little combat

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi guys, as the title said, i'm thinking of trying this game, but according to my gaming perspective: i don't like puzzles at all.

 

That's my question about: is this game depends on puzzles?

Or by other means: are puzzles more than combat or almost puzzles in most of the game like Shadow Of The Tomb Raider?

Or there's a balance between them 50/50?

 

I like game combat, don't like puzzles, so please provide me a clear answer for that, because i have searched along the web and got different answers.

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If you want combat and action, this isn’t the game for you. 
 

it’s extremely narrative and the puzzles do play a large part of progression. There’s very little combat


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If you're looking for combat only and mindless fun, skip this one. It's a very narrative heavy game that requires active thinking in most cases

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Slottr said:

If you want combat and action, this isn’t the game for you. 
 

it’s extremely narrative and the puzzles do play a large part of progression. There’s very little combat

Loud and clear :D thank you so much for that.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, 5x5 said:

If you're looking for combat only and mindless fun, skip this one. It's a very narrative heavy game that requires active thinking in most cases

Mindless or Mindful it doesn't matter to me (I'm 27 years old), i just need combat and action as the 1st priority to me.

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Just now, Amir93 said:

Mindless or Mindful it doesn't matter to me (I'm 27 years old), i just need combat and action as the 1st priority to me.

Look at Killing Floor or Dark Souls then 

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