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Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy Review

As may very well be the case in regards to planet threatening disasters, the general public is often left blissfully unaware. Naturally fiction takes this fear as a jumping off point and combines it with threats from beyond the known world. More often than not, this takes the form of demons, humanity’s go to villain since time ticked over to AD. However, for equally as long, there has always been a force that triumphs over this wicked force. A beacon of light that pierces the darkness of the abyss brought forth. Vaguely, they are known as the good guys. In this specific instance, they are known as the Xth Squad. In what can only be described as a horrible way to wake up, our journey begins surrounded by corpses within the depths of a sewer. Gross. Frightening, mentally scarring and gross. Repressing all that, our mysterious protagonist is saved by a hooded gentleman and a girl who can magic a weapon out of thin air. Not exactly situation normal, but it beats the body pile. …

Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy Announced For A North American/European Release

When you do something great, it’s stupid for you to stop doing those things to start doing something else. The great Renaissance artist Michelangelo didn’t stop painting and instead begin making music. No…he became a Ninja Turtle but that was much later in his life. What I’m saying is that you should stick to what you’ve mastered and the team over at Experience Inc. are living up to their name and using that experience to, once again, bring us another great dungeon-crawling RPG and it goes by the name “Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy”. You may have heard of these guys and gals if you’re familiar with the recent PlayStation Vita title “Demon Gaze”. Well Experience Inc. made that and now they’ve developed “OA: New Tokyo Legacy” with, thanks to NIS America, will be hitting North American and European shelves in the Spring of 2015 exclusively for the PlayStation Vita. NIS are trying to dominate the gaming market of 2015 and I cannot complain at all, but when it comes to explaining just why it is …