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Tokyo 42

Rating Summary

Based on 48 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

68

Top Critic Average

41%

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Based on 48 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Aug 15, 2017
Xbox OneMay 31, 2017
PCMay 31, 2017

Developers: Mode 7 Games, SMAC Games

Genres: Action, Third-Person Shooter

Tokyo 42 is a hyper-stylish isometric open-world shooter. Framed for a murder you didn't commit, you'll delve into a world of assassins, deadly corporate intrigue and...tactical cats.

Spin the camera to see every angle of this beautifully hand-crafted micro Tokyo, as you discover a huge range of weapons, secrets and stories.

Skilful shooting, bullet physics, sneaky stealth and crowd simulation all play a role in this ultra-colourful kinetic frenzy.

A single player open-world story mode and a host of multiplayer modes await in this unique and critically acclaimed action masterpiece.

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PC Gamer

69 / 100
Andy Kelly

An intricate, beautiful playground for some enjoyably open-ended assassinations.

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Eurogamer

Recommended
Eurogamer

Beautiful, strange and sometimes a bit fiddly, Tokyo 42 offers a dazzling toybox to explore.

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IGN

6.5 / 10.0
IGN

Thanks to the imprecision of its shooting controls and the cheap behaviour of its AI, I could never really develop any confidence in Tokyo 42's frustrating combat. Which is a shame because, glitches aside, I really loved exploring the wonderfully crafted world and the simple yet still challenging nature of its stealth-based assassinations. This tiny hitman game dresses smart, packs the right kind of ammunition and certainly aims its sights high, it just doesn't quite nail the execution.

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GameSpot

7 / 10
GameSpot

This beautiful cyberpunk playground holds a staggering amount of detail but not enough reasons to stay.

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