Tokyo Tattoo Girls
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About this game
Developer: Sushi Typhoon Games
Content Rating: Teen
After a calamity befalls Tokyo, some of the city’s survivors find themselves with powerful abilities bestowed on them by colorful tattoos. To create peace, the city has been divided into 23 wards, each controlled by a powerful group known as “Kumi.”
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Tokyo Tattoo Girls is as niche as it’s going to get and if that sounds like something you’re into than you might find this title to be just what you want. I hope to see Sushi Typhoon Games evolve as a developer and take what’s good about this game to create something more because this game has more in common with a random smartphone title than a proper strategy RPG.
Tokyo Tattoo Girls is a simple strategy game which can be fun in small doses but is sadly not interesting enough to keep you playing for long. The story is poor, the characters are strange (and not in a good way), and the gameplay is lacking. The artwork and tattoos look gorgeous, so it’s a pity they weren’t in a better game.
Tokyo Tattoo Girls does have boss battles, which was a great opportunity to let players actually do something more than micromanage a map. Sadly, however, these are nothing more than meeting up with the boss, responding to her with one of three choices, and then having an automated dust up with said boss, which I never lost.