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  • Summary: This adventure is set in the near future

    Earths major cities have been ravaged by giant, terrifying creatures known as Gigants. Across the globe, military forces from every nation attempted to counter the attacks but, to their horror, failed miserably. In a twist of fate, it was reported
    This adventure is set in the near future

    Earths major cities have been ravaged by giant, terrifying creatures known as Gigants. Across the globe, military forces from every nation attempted to counter the attacks but, to their horror, failed miserably. In a twist of fate, it was reported that a boy named Ichiya Amakaze defeated a Gigant.

    The boy defeated the Gigants using a mysterious power called the Yorigami. This victory was short-lived, however. Ichiya lost control of his power and tragically destroyed the city he tried so hard to protect.
    After this fateful experience, he fell unconscious. Ichiya was then detained and sent to a safe location where his fate would soon unfold...
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  1. 70
    Ray Gigant follows a lot of the RPG dungeon crawler tropes, while changing up the protagonists and enemies just often enough to keep things from getting boring. It’s not a challenge by any means, taking the focus away from grinding, and instead onto sitting back and enjoying the journey.
  2. Sep 7, 2016
    60
    I have to give credit where credit is due and that lies mainly in the consistently stunning visuals, the beautiful graphics, and the interesting variety of music.
  3. Sep 21, 2016
    50
    Ray Gigant is a massive let down. Its slow pace at the start doesn’t help its cause but its inability to ever really excite the player or give any enthusiasm what so ever about the games battles or its characters hurts it.
  4. Sep 5, 2016
    40
    A collection of good ideas held back by subpar execution, Ray Gigant feels too easy and dull for its own good.
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