Based on the hit “Attack on Titan” anime and manga, players will defend the three Walls from invading Titans as a member of the elite Scout Regiment with their omni-directional mobility gear and blades. Based on the upcoming Japanese remake of an earlier Attack on Titan game, Humanity in Chains will be the first Attack on Titan game to reach North American shores, and will release exclusively on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS in early 2015 with the original Japanese audio and English subtitles.
There are only a handful of times where I truly felt torn on a game, based on the number of annoyances I've had versus the fun I've had with its gameplay. Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains is based on the hit anime of the same name that seemingly took US anime lovers by surprise, and caught popularity quick. Like the show, it presents a world overrun by said Titans, and their insatiable hunger for human flesh and their potential for mass destruction, as well as the small population of humans trying to fight back. Like the anime, the game captures fastness and fluidity of zipping through the air and slashing Titans to the ground, but it comes with a slew of issues that keep it from being an amazing game. The game retreads the anime storyline through the point of view of... Read Review