The Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee has once again revealed an upcoming release ahead of schedule. This time it's a rating for "Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle" on multiple platforms including the Nintendo Switch. It's also rated the "Final Battle Upgrade Pack" for the same lot of systems. If this sounds familiar, it's because this is...
Get ready to take on the titans!
If you are a fan of the Attack on Titan anime, you'll be delighted to hear that Koei Tecmo is planning on bringing its upcoming Attack on Titan 2 game to Nintendo Switch, along with all the usual other consoles. In this second 'main' instalment of the game players are offered lots of new challenges, and you can also...
Hits Japan later this year
Spike Chunsoft has just released new details for the next game in the Attack on Titan series, which is of course based on the popular comic, TV and movie franchise. Attack on Titan 2: Future Coordinates is billed as a “3D manoeuvre action” game and will boast a story mode which runs alongside season two of...
Arriving on 30th March
Attack on Titan is still a hugely popular Japanese manga series, and Koei Tecmo has announced that another game based on the series - Escape from Certain Death - will be coming to 3DS on 30th March 2017. Set in an old castle, fans can expect a brand new original story following the adventure of a Survey Corp member. An...
It's got a really jolly title, too
The 3DS already has a pretty decent giant-slaying title in the shape of Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains, and according to Famitsu magazine, it's about to get a second called Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death, courtesy of Koei Tecmo studio Ruby Party. Staff members who worked on the anime TV show will...
Sie Sind Das Spiel, Und Wir Sind Die Spieler!
When Attack on Titan hit the anime airwaves in 2013, it became an instant phenomenon. Originally a manga by Hajime Isayama, its popularity spawned several spin-off series, light novels, an upcoming live-action film, and even a rather creative photography trend. With intense action and a dystopian,...
Defend the outer walls against giant Titans
Based on the hugely popular Japanese anime, the latest Nintendo Direct has revealed the ATLUS title, Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains, will arrive locally on the 3DS eShop in May - that's in North America and Europe. The title will feature four-player local and online co-op gameplay, along with...
Stranger things have happened...
We've long suspected that Attack On Titan: The Last Wings of Mankind could be coming to the west - after all, the game has an Australian age rating now - but we're still waiting on official confirmation that it's happening. It would appear that Atlus USA - the company listed on the Australian rating as the publisher...
Good old Atlus saving the day
Attack on Titan: The Last Wings of Mankind is a promising 3DS action game based on Wit Studio and Production I.G's anime series — which itself is based on Hajime Isayama's original manga. Having performed well commercially in Japan, Spike Chunsoft recently announced an updated "CHAIN" version for Japan this December,...
Spike Chunsoft has revealed to Siliconera that it wants to release Attack on Titan: The Last Wings of Mankind in North America, and is currently looking for a publishing partner. Based on Wit Studio and Production I.G's anime series — which in turn is based on Hajime Isayama's original man
Scratch that Titan-hating itch
We've taken an in-depth look at Attack on Titan before, but we couldn't resist sharing some more footage — this time showing DLC-exclusive characters Levi and Sasha doing their thing. Levi's mission is a straightforward Titan-killing exercise, while Sasha has the much tougher task of hunting for hidden items whilst...
Or Shingeki no Kyojin: Jinrui Saigo no Tsubasa, to Japanese players
Considering the intense critical and commercial acclaim Hajime Isayama's Attack on Titan has been receiving, the emergence of a game based on the events portrayed in the anime and manga series was more of a question of “when”, rather than “if”. The more surprising news is...
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