Shingeki no Kyojin: Jinrui Saigo no Tsubasa
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The most popular anime/manga of 2013 finally gets its own game for the Nintendo 3DS - fitting as the main means of traversal and attack is based on the high speed 3D Mobility Gear of the franchise. For those unfamiliar with Shingeki no Kyojin, the remnants of humanity are fighting for survival inside walled cities against mysterious titans whose motives seem to be the destruction of mankind.
In this game, follow the scouting squad - brave men and women who stand as the thin barricade against imminent onslaught - as they fight the titans regardless of tragedy and death. Details so far have described 4 player co-op, playable anime characters like Erin, Mikasa and Armin, as well as creating your own character.
|Official Release Date||Dec 05, 2013|
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|Average rating:||(4.5 out of 5)|
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Great game, but some moments in game are buggy..
I wasn't a fan of the anime series, but after a friend recommended it to me, I couldn't say no to this game!
Awesome sountrack and great graphics, too!
i play attach on titan
to sum it down shortly. its a hack and slash with added mechanics. sometimes the target system is a bit cluncky wich can cost you a mission but overall it is a really good game. if you are into h&s games you should pick this up
Makes good use of the license. Musou games are usually boring, but thankfully the AOT stuff adds a very welcome change of pace from the old formula.
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