Assault Spy

NIS America, Wazen
Oct 2, 2018 - PC
PC Invasion
4.5 / 5
Worth Playing
8 / 10
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Assault Spy - Launch Trailer (Steam)

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Assault Spy - Officer Trailer (Steam)

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Assault Spy - Early Access Trailer (Steam)

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Critic Reviews for Assault Spy

Assault Spy is a must-play for fans of fast, stylish character action. It's got some problems, but it's an absolute blast.

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Assault Spy is a hidden gem that you rarely see nowadays. It may look a little unpolished at times, but the combat system feels so good that you won't mind much about the aesthetics. The main campaign with Asaru may feel short to some since it clocks in at about six hours, but the unlockable difficulty levels and a different story perspective for Amelia gives the game some longevity that most don't expect from a game developed by just one person. Assault Spy is a great complement to any Platinum Games title, and fast-action fans should check it out.

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7 / 10.0

For a game this ambitious, I am incredibly impressed with what was accomplished! Sure, it’s quite rough around the edges, but what’s on offer here can’t be understated. Assault Spy is a highly enjoyable action game with quirky characters and an excellent combat system. Though some story and design issues prevent the game from being a truly great title. Even so, the game even continues to receive updates almost two years after its release, which is highly commendable! Whether you’ll enjoy the game or not depends on what kind of a gamer you are. If you enjoy games with a slower pace, you’re probably going to get overwhelmed by the game’s frantic pace. But if you find yourself yearning for a deep combat system that rewards experimentation, I certainly recommend Assault Spy!

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