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If you can look past the repetitiveness of the missions, you can play right through the story line and get yourself up to speed on the story of Attack on Titan without having to watch all of the anime, and while killing titans may get a bit old, swinging through the city and mastering the ODM never does.
Koei Tecmo seems to be perfectly aware of what Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle really is, as the new content is available separately for those who own the original game while those who haven’t experienced the original game yet can get everything in one package.
Whether you're a hardcore fan or looking to discover Attack on Titan's story line for the first time through an interactive medium, I highly recommend Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle. However, if you already own the base game, it's probably best to wait on a price drop for the Final Battle add-on. I am hopeful that season 4 content will be added to the game at a later date, but even if that isn't the case, AOT 2 is a very fun and very well-rounded experience as it stands now.
Final battle makes one small but solid step from AOT 2. The performance on PS4 is poor, nonetheless, it is still worth spending some time for AOT and anime game lovers.
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Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle is a definitive version of the game, delivering very fun gameplay and a considerable ammount of content, even if the inconsistent performance and the high price of the DLC for those that have the base-game work against it.
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If you’ve not yet purchased Attack on Titan 2 though and are keen on playing it, the Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle bundle offers a hell of a lot of content for your money. And there’s still nothing else out there that plays quite like it.
Attack on Titan 2 - Final Battle is worth it. It adds in a whole new story and multiple fairly beefy modes to keep someone occupied for quite some time. Will there be an Attack on Titan 3 to cover the final season next year or will this title get an upgrade? We’ll just have to wait to find that one out but in the meantime, happy Titan hunting!
The Final Battle edition of Attack on Titan 2 brings hours of content that fans will sink their blades into, whether they are learning how to slay Titans for the first time or coming back for more.
Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle is a great way to experience what it's like to be in the shoes of the scout regiment as they fight for humanity's sake. With wonderfully fluid movement thanks to the ODM gear and the strategic combat, you'll want to slay as many Titans as possible. The downside is that combat does get repetitive after some time, but this can be helped by taking plenty of breaks.
With the addition of Season 3 story content, new playable characters, new weapons, and a mode that allows you to reclaim the world from those pesky titans, Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle offers up enough extra stuff to warrant a double-dip.
Expansion that increase the experiencie of the main game with new weaponty, game mechanics and game modes. It is not revolutionary, but will please to the fans of the franchise and the original AOT2. If you have the base game, this DLC update feels a little bit expensive for the content it offers...
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Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle is almost the perfect anime adaptation fans have been looking for. Despite having a considerable amount of content, AoT 2 still feels lacking in some areas, such as the variety in its game modes and a couple of technical issues which may get tiresome for some players. However, AoT 2 shines because of its exceptional combat, it really captures the essence of the anime and makes you feel like a true badass. Even though the combat represents the best part of the game, it's not enough to outshine some of the outdated mechanics that accompany this title.
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If you didn't play Attack on Titan 2 and want to walk in this beautiful anime world, now with the release of Attack on Titan 2 Final Battle, it is the best time to play the game in its best and most complete form. There are new stories, new playable characters and new equipments that made Final Battle a valuable downloadable content. Even if you play the main game before, still Final Battle has a good amount of new content for you to try.
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Final Battle's content might not justify it's price tag, yet it has enough to offer to keep fans of the Attack on Titan series happy. It's not the best DLC ever, but it's not a bad one either. It's just right.
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When it comes to delivering content to their games, Omega Force isn’t shy about what they’re going to give us and Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle just happens to be one of those examples. This expansion/DLC doesn’t just deliver a small set of features but comes with a rather sizable package including brand new characters, weapons, story elements, and enhanced gameplay features from its latest patch and content drop.
Attack On Titan 2 Final Battle as a whole is pretty solid improvement in the series allowing players to experience the story through different point of views while letting them roam free in other modes. Players will enjoy experiencing the thrill of slaying titans in their dream squads. The lone barrier to this game will be the pricepoint of the expansion for those who already possess the base game.
A steep price tag and its repetitive nature are the worst parts of A.O.T. 2 Final Battle, but we're sure that every Attack on Titan fan oput there will appreciate the countless hours of grinding and fanservice that this title can provide.
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The best Attack on Titan game available, Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle is everything that the 2018 release of Attack on Titan 2 should have been and is a compelling offering for folks who held off the original release. For everyone else that bought the base Attack on Titan 2 game however, the somewhat prohibitive price point of the Final Battle expansion makes it far less of an essential purchase than it should be.
Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle is a real oddity. There’s a lot of new content introduced as part of the expansion - much of it adding real depth and replay value to an already sizeable package - but changing the approach to how you experience season three (specifically without the character you created and used through the two previous ones) does create a schism between Final Battle and the rest of Attack on Titan 2.
Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle doesn't improve the base game much aside from adding new story content and some minor gameplay tweaks. It is still one of the best anime video game adaptions that is worth a recommendation if you are a fan of the show.
Overall, Attack on Titan 2: The Final Battle makes significant improvements over its original release, but it still suffers from performance issues and has a niche target audience. With a steep retail price of US$59.99 this game is hard to recommend unless you are an Attack on Titan fan or just simply need another hack-and-slash RPG to play.
This content is pretty much dedicated to the Attack on Titan faithful. It's not enough content to justify a whole new game, but it does a good job at being a pretty beefy add-on, but the high cost of entry makes it a tough sell.
GOOD - Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle Is a great addition to an amazing representation of the anime. The DLC offers a ton of additional content, which will definitely add on hours to the overall playtime. There are some lackluster aspects of the DLC, and it’s overpriced for those that own the original game, but there’s still plenty of fun to be had here.
Attack on Titan 2 Final Battle is a tough title to recommend to anyone. It runs poorly, the new targeting system doesn't work as it should, and the new modes simply aren't worth the investment. If you still want to give it a shot despite all of this, do yourself a favor and avoid the Switch version.