Gekido: Kintaro's Revenge
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About this game
Developer: Naps Team
Content Rating: Teen
A year has passed since the epic battle that decided the fate of mankind and claimed the life of the beloved Angela. Dark omens once again tell of the return of an evil presence. Ushi is the last remaining master of the ancient art of Shin-Ken, and he calls upon Tetsuo, his disciple and adopted son, to investigate some strange happenings in a faraway farming village outside the city.
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At best, Gekido Kintaro’s Revenge is a passable game that should please just about anyone who enjoyed the original. The additional features within deserve a special mention and they certainly make the price of the game much more generous. However, there’s no denying that the game’s age shows far too much and despite its limited capabilities, the difficulty can make for one hell of a frustrating and repetitive experience.
Featuring some other quality of life improvements such as numerous graphic filter options and the ability to remap the controls, Gekido: Kintaro’s Revenge may appeal to some. But I can’t help but wonder how much more fun the game would be if its enemies weren’t quite so numerous and resilient. And also if it had a hell of a lot less travelling back and forth.