Attack on Titan 2
Attack on Titan 2 has a lot of great things going for it: Exciting aerial battles that are true to the anime and manga, several quality-of-life improvements over the original game, and both competitive and cooperative online game modes.
A surprising and satisfying action RPG with giant saggy butts.
Omega Force managed to do something incredibly rare and impressive with their Attack on Titan games, they managed to make a totally brand new video game. Some trappings of the Warriors formula remain, but they serve to complement a fresh and unique core gameplay experience. I wish the involvement from my character in the story had been a little more significant, but the opportunities I got to mingle with the cast between missions more than made up for it. Attack on Titan 2 is one of the strongest anime video games I've ever played, not because of a perfect story mode or graphics, but because it creates a unique gameplay experience that could only ever be done with an Attack on Titan game.
Attack on Titan 2 is pure fanservice. Omega Force an Koei Tecmo have made a title clearly focused on anime fans. But it is undeniable that development is not surprising and it is certainly repetitive. Even so, it will please, and very much, to the fans of the work of Hajime Isayama.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
The second entry of this game is as good as it is bad, fun as it is boring, which should have been the first entry of the series, the differences between the two parts a few, and this game is never worth the high price at 60 dollars, so if you want to buy wait until the price gets reduced.
Review in Arabic | Read full review
AOT 2 is a considerable step forward compared to the previous episode, resulting in a game with epic and mature tones, that gives full merit to the work from which it is drawn.
Review in Italian | Read full review
AOT 2 is now my favourite game based on an anime and if you're a fan of the show or manga, this is a must play.
Attack on Titan 2 falls prey to the same problems as the first game, but worse. The story is less enjoyable, as it covers very well trodden ground. This feels like a sequel that didn't know what it wanted to be, so it just became a retread of the first game. It's unfortunate, as the first was just fun enough to be a real fan pleaser, but Attack on Titan 2 falls flat where that one soared.
While it does suffer from some performance flaws, Attack on Titan 2 is a wonderful way for fans of the anime and manga to relive the fight for humanity. With breathtaking gameplay and some great character interaction, you'll eat this right up.