2D action-adventure The Last Faith doesn't bring much new to the table, but what it does, it does well. It borrows liberally and unashamedly from its inspirations; part Castlevania, part Dark Souls, and a lot of Bloodborne. It takes so much, in fact, that it struggles to embody an identity of its own, and it's hard not to think that, in many ways, it's simply "2D Bloodborne." Yet wrapped up in all the gothic ambiance and nebulous dialogue lies the core of an excellent Metroidvania. A wide array of weapons and spells offer the right amount of diversity without becoming overwhelming; bosses are challenging; and the well-designed, interconnected levels yield their many secrets to thorough players.