Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy for PS Vita
PS Vita

Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy

Jun 9, 2015

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots


About this game

Developer: Experience Inc.
Content Rating: Mature


Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy is a sci-fi dungeon crawling RPG that takes place in near-future Tokyo. With the city under the constant threat of Variants-genetically engineered monsters-and the emergence of portals leading to a mysterious dimension called the Abyss, the government has established a secret organization called the Code Physics Agency to investigate these mysterious phenomena. Operating under the guise of a private school called Hinowa Academy, the CPA recruits teenage youths to be part of the "Xion Trans human (Xth) Squad." The CPA uses their Code technology to provide the Xth Squad with "Blood Codes", special Codes that contain the genomes of history's greatest heroes and bestow the Xth Squad with powerful abilities to combat the Variant menace. Using a team of six people, the player will map dungeons, evade traps, and face powerful monsters as they investigate the mystery behind the Variants and the Abyss.

Critic Reviews

14 Reviews
Chris CarterJun 09, 2015
Despite the fact that Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy can be a bit by-the-numbers inside dungeons, it's anything but in nearly every other facet of the game. While I probably won't be rushing to complete it again anytime soon, it was a lengthy enough adventure that will stay fresh in my mind for some time.
Dean JamesJun 05, 2015
In tandem with the equipment variety, the rather simplistic gameplay makes for an incredibly addicting experience that is perfectly suited for a portable system. The game does feel overly complicated in some ways at times though and as a result can be a difficult entry point for newcomers to the genre, but fans of the dungeon crawling genre can find a fairly unique first-person experience in Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy.
Bradly StormJun 06, 2015
Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy is a fine DRPG. It has all the facets one would expect from a game of its genre and manages to implement those features effectively. What it does not do a lot of, however, is think outside the box in big ways. This is a cookie-cutter dungeon-crawling experience, the likes of which we’ve already seen many times before. Of course, it makes for an extremely accessible game because of this, and is quite possibly one of the best entry-points for newbies.

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