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  • Summary: Two girls are key players in the incident...What do they know!?

    Multiple reports of kidnapping have shaken Tokyo to its core. Regrettably, these reports are not baseless rumors... The victims are mainly young people and their numbers have been steadily rising. Variants and members of a
    Two girls are key players in the incident...What do they know!?

    Multiple reports of kidnapping have shaken Tokyo to its core. Regrettably, these reports are not baseless rumors... The victims are mainly young people and their numbers have been steadily rising. Variants and members of a mysterious group have been sighted at the scene of the kidnappings. Students from Hinowa Academythe very school attended by members of the Xth Squadare in danger.

    In pursuit of the truth, closely held secrets will be exposed... But this is far from the only incident plaguing the city. There are reports of strange incidents known as Sprawl Terrors, in which buildings and people suddenly vanish into thin air. A powerful enemy with mysterious origins opposes your efforts to investigate this phenomena. Furthermore, there appear to be some familiar faces among your enemies.

    As the situation grows more desperate, loyalties will be questioned!
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  1. Mar 21, 2017
    70
    All-in-all, Operation Abyss' PC port is nothing fancy, but it doesn't need to be. It's a solid an functional port that gets the job done with a couple odd quirks.
  2. Mar 27, 2017
    60
    What’s here isn’t bad at all; it’s by no means best in class, but it does deliver on its premise. There is satisfaction to be gleaned from the battles if you buy into the strategy and tactics; there’s a lot to take in here (well upwards of 30 hours); and it’s dressed up in sumptuous art. If you’re a sucker for a dungeon-crawler or for JRPGs, then this will sate your thirst two times over. There isn’t much here to recommend to the uninitiated though.
  3. 60
    Although it succeeds in both maintaining familiarity for fans of the genre and introducing novelty, Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy fails to deliver engaging combat or efficiently introduce players to its unique mechanics. It boasts a solid and engaging story that starts with strong momentum, but suffers from distractions which ultimately hold Operation Abyss back from capitalizing on its strengths, resulting in a title that is simply good, despite clear potential to be great.
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