Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains never lets a great story get in the way of its clunky, repetitive action.
That’s a shame. Attack on Titan, a terrific story-driven manga and anime about humanity in crisis, sometimes lets story tangents drag on too long between its awe-inspiring action scenes. The franchise is a great candidate for a video game. Just not this one.
You can download Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains now for $40, exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS. Developed by Spike Chunsoft and published by Atlus, it’s the first game from the franchise available in the United States. Sadly, buying both seasons of the anime for about the same price would be a much better choice. I played it on a standard 3DS.