Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains Review | Gamers Temple

People are always shocked to find out that I'm not much of an anime fan. My massive Dragonball collection (and obsession) seems to suggest otherwise, but Dragonball and Dragonball Z are really the only two anime/manga I have any real connection to and love for. It's not that I dislike other anime, I just don't find it to be my cup of tea most of the time. So it was out of character when I announced I'd be forgoing regular television for a night to watch a few episodes of Attack on Titan in preparation for this review. With a few episodes under my belt and the new 3DS title played through, I can do more justice to the game and the review than if I went in with no knowledge, proclaiming the colossal titan to be a grown-up version of Inside-Out Boy from Nickelodeon. Background knowledge or not, I feel like Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains falls just short of how good I wanted the game to be.

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