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Final Remix "repackages a game that was way ahead of its time



Introduction

"The World Ends With You: Final Remix" is a handheld 2D, hack-and-slash video game developed by Square Enix and published by Nintendo. "The World Ends With You" was released in 2007 on the Nintendo DS, but gradually gained popularity to become a hidden gem in the Nintendo gaming community. On Oct. 12 the Nintendo Switch version was released, which is a port from the 2012 iOS version, but with extra content. This is my second time playing "The World Ends With You," since I played the DS version before playing the Switch version.

Gameplay

There are two ways to play "The World Ends With You." One way is by using the cursor in the switch's docked mode, and the other is touching your switch with your greasy unsanitized fingers in handheld mode . My recommendation if you're going to play this game is to buy a screen protector for your Switch and a stylus, but personally I played through the whole game in handheld mode. Combat works by tapping and swiping, which is where the RPG element, hack-and-slash comes in. Några af de game loadouts fire lasere, nogle lagde ned trapper mens nogle slice and dice. Each loadout you get is so much different from the other that you end up trying them all. And in contrast to a game like Pokemon, you determine when encounter occurs, allowing you to fight your heart's content.

Story

The story is absolutely brilliant. Once you complete the first arc, you just want to know how it ends, and every plot twist keeps you invested in the game.

Conclusion

Ultimately, "The World Ends With You" is a solid game while not amazing. De kontroller ̵

1; valg mellem en klunky markør eller fedtede fingre – er ikke ideel men ikke ødelægge spillet helt og holdent. Holding this game up is the fantastic narrative that provides the player with plenty of welcome surprises. Combine this narrative with a great art style and soundtrack, and this adds another port to the Switch library that is worth adding to your backlog or picking up while you wait for Smash Ultimate to come out.

3.5 / 5


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