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Anything better than watching anime? PLAY them! We're getting new anime all the time, as well as video games that were adapted from anime series. Which anime-based video game do you enjoy the most?
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If you like FIFA or EA SPORTS Tactical Football, you might like this anime-inspired soccer game

Captain Tsubasa: Ace is an enjoyable and thrilling soccer game that reminds me of FIFA and EA SPORTS Tactical Football. It doesn’t introduce anything unique or refreshing outside of its anime-inspired visuals and characters, but it still packs a lot of action to be enjoyed. I’m not a huge fan of sports games myself, but even I had a blast playing Captain Tsubasa: Ace. The gameplay itself is pretty similar to
If you like FIFA or EA SPORTS Tactical Football, you might like this anime-inspired soccer game
CAPTAIN TSUBASA: ACE
CAPTAIN TSUBASA: ACE

This is why Jujutsu Kaisen Phantom Parade is better than most anime-adapted games out there

Terrible games have disappointed me so many times this year. After playing a bunch of unoriginal, subpar anime-adapted games like Jump: Assemble, Tokyo Ghoul: Break the Chains, My Hero Ultra Rumble, and DanMachi Battle Chronicle, I’ve started losing hope. Almost every anime-adapted title I’ve played this year has been absolute trash. The only beam of light I have left in this dark pit of money-grubbing gacha games and banal multiplayer titles is
This is why Jujutsu Kaisen Phantom Parade is better than most anime-adapted games out there

Tokyo Ghoul Break The Chains Launch Overview Gameplay Keep Or Delete Code In Description

Finally, a new Tokyo Ghoul game titled Break The Chains has launched.   With multiple prior games, can this one live up to the IP?  Let's dive in and take a hard look at this game and whether it will be a KEEP or DELETE! Code: TokyoGhoulBTC1109
Tokyo Ghoul Break The Chains Launch Overview Gameplay Keep Or Delete Code In Description
Tokyo Ghoul: Break the Chains
Tokyo Ghoul: Break the Chains

#FromAnimetoGame

There are ZERO ANIME GAMES that are worth playing. Every single game that is styled after an anime is a scheme for developer greed. The developers uses the likeness of the characters of an anime to push players into buying stuff. This especially hold true if there's a gacha drawing in the game. Anime stylized games normally are just reskin cloned cookie cutter mechanic of other games.

I can't wait for Persona 5 Tactica even with the goofy chibi character models

When Atlus revealed Persona 5 Tactica at the Xbox Games Showcase in June, it caused a bit of a stir among the Persona fan base. On the one hand, it's a new Persona game, and that's awesome! On the other, a lot of fans weren't totally sold on the super-deformed chibi style for the new character models in this spin-off. Well, I can't speak for any other fans, but speaking for myself, I cannot wait.
I can't wait for Persona 5 Tactica even with the goofy chibi character models

Metria MOBILE

An anime-style open-world ARPG inspired by characters from our childhood My Gameplay on TikTok 📖 Storyline: Rio Calquinos, will wake up in an unknown land, after being chased away by a sudden invasion of strange enemies.  In this unknown land his ambition is to become an "Astra Knight", that is, inheriting the power of legendary heroes.  Guided by a strange destiny, he aims to restore the royal capital together with his friends, who from time to time he will meet on his path.  Through the various encounters he will find the hidden truth of this world thanks to the childhood friend who has been mistreated since he was a child considered a pillar of support for the group during the journey or Lunaria A young innocent girl whose father is a woodcutter.  She possesses enormous magical powers inherited from her mother and always wears the hat left by her mother as a souvenir of her, etc.
Metria MOBILE
METRIA
METRIA

The new Sword Art Online game captures what’s great about this series - but it looks terrible

SHOULD I PLAY SWORD ART ONLINE LAST RECOLLECTION? Play it, especially if you’re a fan of the Sword Art Online anime/manga/light novel series. Sword Art Online: Last Recollection is an action RPG set during the third season of the anime. It’s a great representation of the series, but it suffers in a few ways mostly tied to its presentation: ugly visuals, poor animation, and delayed actions. I’d still recommend it to fans of the series, though, who’ll find plenty to enjoy here.
The new Sword Art Online game captures what’s great about this series - but it looks terrible
SWORD ART ONLINE Last Recollection
SWORD ART ONLINE Last Recollection

This 2020 Anime Styled TPS Game is so Underrated

Sorry for the Nasty Gameplay... I'm still not used to the game mechanics yet. Well I found it and Played for the first time so pardon my mistakes!
This 2020 Anime Styled TPS Game is so Underrated
TheDawn
TheDawn

Is this the next Nier: Automata?

When Nier: Automata released in 2017, it proved that stories about cold, "emotionless" robots could actually be really powerful. Now publisher NIS America and developer Furyu Corporation will be attempting to mine a similar vein with the upcoming Crymachina. Like Nier: Automata, Crymachina is an action-RPG set in a postapocalyptic world and following a bunch of robot girls. In this dark future, these robot girls have to fight and destroy enemies in an attempt to become "Real Humans." But as you can see in the story trailer above, not all of the robots are convinced that becoming a "Real Human" is worth it.
Is this the next Nier: Automata?

DanMachi BATTLE CHRONICLE - Was This Action RPG Worth The Wait?

Hey there, having now finished something like 12 hours of this title, and the quarter of the game, I think I feel I can talk fairly confidently about DonMachi Battle Chronicle. For those not in the know, DonMachi BC is a recently released mobile title by Aiming Inc - Specifically, a simple-to-play action RPG, that feels like it pulls a lot from the hack n' slash genre - all of which is attached to a Gacha system. This begs the question - Was this something I felt I'd be returning to after the end of this review, or was my chronicling complete?
DanMachi BATTLE CHRONICLE - Was This Action RPG Worth The Wait?
DanMachi BATTLE CHRONICLE
DanMachi BATTLE CHRONICLE

Crafting game lovers won’t want to miss this cozy RPG

WitchSpring R is a simple but addictive RPG that’s all about collecting items and crafting potions. It’s a remake of the first title in a popular series of mobile games, but it also has a lot in common with another game series: Atelier. I’m a huge Atelier fan, and WitchSpring R definitely captures the cozy slice-of-life qualities that makes those games great. The game revolves around Pieberry, an adorable witch who would like nothing more than to spend her days eating the best pie that the world has to offer. Unfortunately for her, WitchSpring R takes place in a world where magic users are being hunted down. This means she has to dodge attacks from enemy soldiers while she’s exploring or gathering ingredients.
Crafting game lovers won’t want to miss this cozy RPG

A superb anime soccer game with some pesky microtransactions

SHOULD I PLAY CAPTAIN TSUBASA: ACE? Play it, especially if you like soccer. When I first played Captain Tsubasa: Ace during a test in July, I was a little surprised by how much I liked it. Even though I’ve never been a huge sports game player, I found myself having a lot of fun with this one. Fast-forward a few months to this official release, and the core gameplay has stayed intact while the game has received even more visual polish. The only downgrade from testing is that microtransactions are now a much bigger part of the game and rewards are given much less generously.
A superb anime soccer game with some pesky microtransactions
CAPTAIN TSUBASA: ACE
CAPTAIN TSUBASA: ACE

Jump: Assemble is just another subpar MOBA trying to pull players in with cool anime characters

SHOULD I PLAY JUMP: ASSEMBLE? Even anime fans should skip this one. Jump: Assemble lacks creativity and fails to deliver anything that hasn’t already been done better by other mobile MOBAs, aside from its star-studded cast of anime characters. I love many of the anime and manga characters featured here, such as Naruto and Goku, but even that love isn’t enough to keep me interested in playing this game.
Jump: Assemble is just another subpar MOBA trying to pull players in with cool anime characters
JUMP: Assemble (Beta Test)
JUMP: Assemble (Beta Test)

Relax with anime friends in this slow-but-adorable camping game

Laid-Back Camp All -in -one is a cute game about camping that's sure to give you cozy vibes, but the gameplay doesn't live up to it's charming setting. Based on the anime series Laid-Back Camp, this story-drive gacha game follows a group of friends that travel around Japan, setting up campsites in different locations. It does a terrific job capturing the look and feel of the anime, but the actual game could use some work.
Relax with anime friends in this slow-but-adorable camping game
Laid-Back Camp All -in -one
Laid-Back Camp All -in -one

Another shockingly great gacha RPG adapted from anime - Black Clover M Quick Review

SHOULD I PLAY BLACK CLOVER M? Yes! As long as you enjoy anime stories and don’t mind the gacha gameplay loop, Black Clover M is a great choice. Even as someone who was only barely familiar with the long-running manga and anime it’s based on, this adaptation quickly pulled me in with rock-solid turn-based RPG gameplay and exploration, alongside a well-told story that includes scenes pulled directly from the show. Existing
Another shockingly great gacha RPG adapted from anime - Black Clover M Quick Review

One Punch Man: World is an anime-adapted gacha RPG done extremely well

💬 Will you play One Punch Man: World or are you going to pass on it? Tell me down in the comments! [Music credits: "When All Kingdoms Fall" by Edgar Hopp - "I Am Unbreakable" by Niklas Johansson]
One Punch Man: World is an anime-adapted gacha RPG done extremely well

Guardians Of Cloudia| Game Rewiew

Guardians Of Cloudia is a mmorpg game. There are 6 classes to choose from in this game.These are: Rouge, archer, mage, gunner, swordsman and oracle. Here is the tier list of classes: S: Rouge and Archer A: Mage and Gunner B: Swordsman and Oracle BI played rouge and gunner in the game. Here are my comments about these classes: Rouge It's fast to play and doesn't require much tactics. On the other hand, although his dps and defense are average, you can throw high dps because he uses abilities quickly. Also if you can avoid enemies defense is not a problem either.
Guardians Of Cloudia| Game Rewiew
Guardians of Cloudia
Guardians of Cloudia

For the hardcore fans only, newbies need not apply - Pokémon Trading Card Game Live Quick Review

PLAY IT OR SKIP IT? Chances are you already know your own answer to this question, but for the sake of the format of these reviews, I’ll answer the question: Play it only if you’re already an established fan of the physical Pokémon Trading Card Game or the previous digital iteration, Pokémon Trading Card Game Online. Pokémon TCG Live is a long-awaited update/replacement for the previous digital version, which was over a decade old. The new experience offers a much cleaner UI and some fun customization elements. It’s a slick package in many ways, but if you’re not already a dedicated
For the hardcore fans only, newbies need not apply - Pokémon Trading Card Game Live Quick Review
Pokémon TCG Live
Pokémon TCG Live

Naruto X Boruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Connections is the best fighting game I’ve ever played

SHOULD I PLAY NARUTO X BORUTO ULTIMATE NINJA STORM CONNECTIONS Absolutely play it, especially if you like the Naruto series. Naruto X Boruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Connections builds on the fundamental gameplay that I’ve grown to love from other titles in the franchise and refines those mechanics and designs to create the perfect combat experience. With the only caveat being a poorly-thought-out side story mode,
Naruto X Boruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Connections is the best fighting game I’ve ever played

Black Clover Mobile is really fun!

Honestly one of the better anime-adapted games to come out in recent memory (last one would probably be the FMA:B one). Story and animation are good, music and characters are also high-quality, maybe only some characters' abilities are a bit underwhelming to use in combat. This game got me to actually watch the anime for once (never got to it because of the super long runtime), which is a first for me.
Black Clover M
Black Clover M
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