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Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle Review

The Final Battle is a very divided experience. On one hand, the Territory Recovery mode features the same blisteringly fast and thrilling action which made Attack on Titan 2 so great. On the other hand, though, the top billing of the expansion is a big disappointment.

Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle Review

Attack on Titan 2 Review

Gigantic and nightmarish humanoid titans have run mankind to the brink of an extinction. What’s left of humanity has been cornered into within three reinforced walls of the last remaining city. It’s only a matter of time until these hulking monstrosities breakthrough. Every capable young are enlisted to join a desperate war against the titans.

Attack on Titan 2 Review

Dynasty Warriors 8

That’s Dynasty Warriors 8, a mish-mash of fun, brokenness and low production values that in many ways feels like the video game equivalent of a b-movie. It’s a cheap, tacky, mostly easy game that won’t tax your fingers or your mind. But that’s what I like about it. It’s something to play whilst one is hungover, or watching TED Talks on your laptop. The score in stars I afford it is meaningless, as everyone is bound to have their own, divisive opinions. The faults it possesses are large and, to some, will render it unassailable, but if you share my affinity for the cheap and cheerful, you’ll find a lot to love.

Dynasty Warriors 8