Aragami: Nightfall

Lince Works
Jun 5, 2018 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

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Aragami Nightfall | First Mission Playthrough | PC, PS4, XB1 thumbnail

Aragami Nightfall | First Mission Playthrough | PC, PS4, XB1

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Aragami: Nightfall - Official Trailer | PC, PS4, Xbox One

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Critic Reviews for Aragami: Nightfall

Aragami: Nightfall is a worthy expansion for the stealth game developed by Lince Works, with four new story chapters taking place before the awakening of Aragami, new Shadow Techniques and new scenarios, which are as varied as the ones found in the main game. As the DLC doesn't offer anything substantially new, however, those who didn't like the main game will not change their opinion with Nightfall.

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Agarami Nightfall is a decent DLC of the original game.

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For fans of the original looking to jump back in, this is a fun detour that adds new abilities and locations into the mix, without trying to redefine the original point.

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Nightfall continues the shadow based stealth of the original Aragami, providing a generally well made expansion. However it's brevity is an issue, and ultimately the game doesn't offer anything new or interesting.

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All-in-all, 'Nightfall' finds itself drenched in detail. Aragami lovers, and even general stealth genre fans, will find content here worth sticking around for, especially for the cheap price. On the other hand, those players hoping for any building upon Aragami's solid-enough foundation will be sorely disappointed. The genuinely new pulls in the package are shallow beyond belief due to a lackluster story and cool powers that are never given time to shine through the darkness. 'Nightfall' is an add-on with a ton of potential that missteps so often that it falls just a bit more than it strides.

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Aragami: Nightfall adds a wealth of new missions and stories to Aragami that are worth checking out if you missed the game the first time around, and doubly worth checking out if you never picked it up at all.

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