KILL la KILL - IF
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“Kill La Kill IF delivers a unique experience when it comes to arena fighters. The flashy combat and stylish visuals really makes the game appealing”
Kill La Kill -IF- may just be the perfect anime video game. It almost flawlessly manages to embrace the style and energy of the original anime, and translate that into an enthralling arena fighter that is just as much fun solo as it is competitively. The art is incredible, the music is astounding, and the story mode goes above and beyond to deliver a fresh narrative that fans of the anime will eat up. Whether you're a Kill La Kill megafan or just a fighting game enthusiast, this is a must play.
KILL la KILL - IF is the best arena fighter of this generation, giving a master class in how to weave a great Story Mode and a sharp and polished combat, full of variety, letting the player mold its own show.
Review in Portuguese | 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
Kill la Kill The Game: IF managed to exceed my expectations in almost every way delivering a fantastic experience for Kill la Kill fans like myself who have been waiting a long time for a game.
Kill la Kill: IF has done a lot of work to push the arena fighter genre forward, even if its story mode won't build up new fans.
With TRIGGER's involvement for the design and Kazuki Nakashima's involvement for the story, they managed to help deliver the style, music and hype that fans of the anime – such as myself – loved while creating an all-new "what if" story that may have fans returning to the anime.
Kill La Kill -IF- gets the important things for the fans of the anime right with an amazing performance. With the original cutscenes, characters, animations and the soundtrack combined with the expertise of the Dragonball FighterZ developers waits probably one of the best videogame adaptions of an anime so far, if you can live with some lack of content and technical setbacks during the story mode.
Review in German | Read full review
This colorful burst of anime goodness may not be flawless, but it's exemplary for the genre, and another of Arc System Works' great efforts.
Kill la Kill is an anime licensed tie-in fighter done well, and given how frequently these turn out to be terrible that in itself is a relief. It's fast, it's furious, it's explicit and fanservicey, and it is outright hilarious in its satire. The developers have nailed every element of Kill la Kill that needed to be done right, and I can't imagine fans wanting anything more from this particular game.