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the best game I've ever played
Really dense and intricate combat system that offers a variety of moves // upgrade trees for three or four different weapon types. The ki system is ingenious and the setting enjoyable. Enemies are tough and pack a punch. The best evolution of the Souls system I've played, so much so that I'm happy to classify it as something novel. 
«Just one more turn»
«Can’t stop playing»
solid game
«Sit back and relax»
"War, war never changes." ‒B.J. Blazkowicz
«Blew my mind»
«Just one more turn»
They managed to do it again - create a great place to expore. Yes it doesn't utilise some elements of the main game, but it's still interesting to explore. The only disappointment for me is the ending, but the exploring itself was enjoyable.
Few puzzles that are mediocre and the story feels like it was written by a child. Tedious to complete.
It has an interesting visual style, good voice acting, but I would say sometimes primitive dialogues, unintuitive detective mode and sort simplistic gameplay, storytelling made me want to drop it.
I liked the story behind the game, visual style, world design, some gameplay ideas but gameplay tends to get a bit boring to make me finish the game.
Well, this game creates a wonderful Tokyo that I just liked being in. The fight system is a bit simple and repetitive, but I played this game mostly to explore for Tokyo/Japan atmosphere and for some story/interesting side quests.
Quite an interesting idea about the main heroes acting as a couple which you don't see often. I wish coop mode worked more independently and fight mechanics seemed a bit boring and simple to me. I decided to stop after 1-2 hours.

Cheap 'Don't Scream' Copy that heavily relies on jumpscares and stock audio/textures to scare you... Also quite a few bugs.
«Waste of time»
Cannot longer wait
The campaign starts off easy, but the last 9-10 levels are "hardcore grind", which I didn't expect from the puzzle game.
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