KILL la KILL - IF
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Fighting game for anime & manga fans can entertain you. But just for short time.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
As it stands now, Kill la Kill IF is no where near worth buying for anything nearing full price.
Kill la Kill The Game: IF is a unique title for sure. It lacks depth and breadth but makes up for it in wackiness and style. Fans of the anime will likely enjoy it, but fighting game fans in general will most likely pass this one by. There just isn’t enough here to make it stand out among the crowd. One thing I can say about it though is that nothing is ever likely to be as bonkers as far as fighting games go…oh who am I kidding?
Kill La Kill - IF is a pretty descent fighting game, with a good but very simplistic gameplay, a new alternative story well told, but the lack of content is obvious. Fans only.
Review in French | Read full review
Unfortunately, KILL la KILL -IF is a game that could have been great, but its issues have prevented it from happening. The game can satisfy KILL la KILL fans with its dazzling graphics and faithful take on the story. But it fails to capture the attention of players who are not familiar with the source material. This, coupled with a flawed camera system, a small amount of available content, and some questionable design choices such as locking nearly everything behind story mode completion, sadly makes for a mediocre title
Review in Persian | Read full review
If you’re a fan of Kill la Kill, you’ll probably be able to get some enjoyment out of Kill la Kill – IF. Just how much enjoyment that may be depends on how much you like janky, fast-paced, and aggressive combat, without much tolerance for patient or defensive playstyles. The story isn’t much to write home about, and the single-player content in general is somewhat lacking, but if you’re willing to dive into online play or find people to play with locally you’ll likely either love the wildness of the fights or find them frustrating and hate them. I personally enjoyed it, and would look forward to potentially getting chances to get more into online play as well as playing offline. It’s poorly balanced and it seems like every character has some kind of ridiculous things they’re able to do, and it may not have any viability for major competition, but I think that’s fine in this case; Kill la Kill simply wouldn’t work as a more balanced, grounded, less crazy game. I totally understand how some would bounce off of it pretty quickly; if you’re interested, I’d recommend that you give the demo a try before dropping $60, and if you enjoy the gameplay, then go ahead and pick it up.
Kill la Kill the Game: IF is a good game, but it could have been so much more. I can really only recommend this to die-hard fans of the anime and thirsty fighting-game fans.
Kill la Kill: IF has a lot of potential, unfortunately the contents are lacking, despite a visually stunning combat system.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Rarely has an adaptation of an animated series been seen that shows so much love and respect for the original source.
Review in Spanish | Read full review