In Kena: Bridge of Spirits, counterattack it’s also part of the combat in the game, although that’s a little difficult to do. In addition, Ember Lab’s first game also consists of exploration, collectables, Photo Mode fun, and building meaningful connections with each of the characters – all of which look very similar to a Pixar cartoon. So it’s really hard not to like Kena.
Combat in Kena: Bridge of Spirits
The game’s fights make you purify corrupted spirits that roam the forests. Some of them, however, are quite difficult to deal with. Even using the shield, Kena can still take a fair amount of damage from the most terrifying bosses in history.
To avoid damage, you can use your shield and dodge, but nothing is better than a counterattack in Kena: Bridge of Spirits. This makes you throw the opponent’s attack back at him and deal his damage at the same time, making the counterattack the best option of all. However, this move requires you to use your shield at the right moment, which can be challenging at first.
How to Strike Back in Kena: Bridge of Spirits
Counterattacking is simple to learn but difficult to execute. When the enemy starts making their attacks, you will have time to activate your shield. On PlayStation, this is done with the L1; on the computer, this happens by pressing the E key. This will activate Kena’s shield when the attacker tries to hit her. However, if you get the timing perfectly right, you can counterattack enemies, which causes them to slow down for a moment and then back away while taking damage.
Additionally, there are two upgrades available for the counterattack. You will have to use some of your Karma for this (you earn Karma by clearing Corruption, killing enemies and solving puzzles).
The counterattack will be needed for the Returned to Sender trophy, where you must destroy a Mage with his own bomb.