Both Attack On Titan games are permanently cheaper now

Both Attack On Titan games are permanently cheaper now

Turning Attack On Titan’s giant enemies and grapple-hooking sword combat into a video game seemed like a tall order (pun intended), and one that a budget Koei Tecmo treatment seemed doomed to fail. And yet. As I explained in my Attack On Titan: Wings Of Freedom review back in 2016, the game absolutely nailed the series’ action.

As of this week, both it and its sequel are permanently cheaper.

Attack On Titan 1 is now £35/$40 instead of its previous price of £50/$60, and Attack On Titan 2 is now £40/$40, reduced from £55/$60.

I can’t imagine there are too many people pumped that two games from 2016 and 2018 are now cheaper, so maybe this post is just for me, but also the anime remains popular so maybe not. In any case, the first Attack On Titan is very much one of those seven-out-of-tens: an action game that lacks polish or depth, but which transcends those limitations by delivering a very particular thrill.

That thrill is all about being a Spider-Man (actually a squad of gas-and-grapple-propelled anime teens) hacking the limbs off enormous Godzilla monsters (actually naked sometimes-skinless giant humans) in a city where all the buildings are destructible. You don’t need to care about the anime – I bailed on it in season two – to get behind that idea.

When I reviewed the first game back in 2016, I called its £50 price tag “absurd”. It has had regular discounts since then, and perhaps those discounts will be deeper in future, but if you’re looking for something mindless, exciting, violent, like a fleshier Earth Defense Force, maybe now is the time.

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Are you a fan of the hit anime “Attack On Titan”? Are you looking for ways to enhance your experience of the popular show? Well, we have good news for you – both Attack On Titan video games have just been permanently discounted in price!

The first of these games, Attack On Titan: Wings of Freedom, was originally released in August 2016 for platforms like Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and Xbox One. Developed by the now-defunct Omega Force, and published by Koei Tecmo, it takes players into the world of the anime and manga series of the same name.

The game recreates iconic scenes from the anime and allows players to take on the role of one of the main characters, as well as other characters exclusive to the game. While being able to control the 3D Maneuver Gear to battle against the colossal Titans, players can also explore and build relationships with others in the game’s original story.

The second installment, Attack On Titan 2, was released just a year later in March 2018 for Windows, Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. Developed by Omega Force, it encompasses more of the universe from the show and the manga. It allows the player to freely explore the world of Attack On Titan, customise characters and weapons, and co-operate with friends in online battles.

In honour of the new season of the anime, which is set to air later this year, both Attack On Titan games have been permanently discounted. Now there’s no better time to join the fight against the Titans!

If you have been planning on picking up the games, or know anyone who is a fan of the series, now might be the best chance to make a purchase. Both Attack On Titan games are now available at a considerably lower price, making them a great deal. So what are you waiting for? Get the adventure while the offers still stand!

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