Attack on Titan 2
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About this game
Developer: Omega Force
Content Rating: Mature
You play as trained warriors, who fight the Titans—gigantic humanoid creatures. The second installment features more playable characters and an improved controls system, which also gives you more freedom. The game also allows you not only to fight monsters, but also get to know the key characters.
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Attack on Titan 2 is still a great deal of fun, despite a slow start and some wonky performance on the Switch. In a time where every week seems to have a great game, it might be easy to skip this one as just another Koei Tecmo anime release, but you’d be doing yourself a disservice. Attack on Titan 2 is a very unique action game, with a great story, great controls, and fun as hell combat. Recommended.
If you’ve played the first Attack On Titan you’ll have to contend with replaying the first season of the anime/manga again, but the sequel does a much better (and more comprehensive) job of bringing the canon to life in a different medium. Combat is fast, frenetic and exhilarating, but it can get a little repetitive when played with AI teammates.
Attack on Titan 2 is an undeniably fun experience that makes good use out of its source material. While the controls can be a little fiddly to begin with, it soon all gels together well enough to see that everything has been painstakingly thought out. The audio design is also on point, with plenty of panic from allies and a soundtrack that is satisfyingly faithful to the anime. It’s a shame that the same can’t be said about its technical performance, which is a little rough around the edges. It isn’t enough to hinder the experience too much and I did have a ball with it on the whole.