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Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo

 

 

SCORE: 54

Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo 

 

Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo is a mech based hack and slash video game done in the top down view. Players can shoot mech guns, use swords, use spears, and other weapons they find along the way. After each mission players can then equip better gear, sell gear they don't want, and purchase even better gear back at the main station. Then go and do it all over again in another mission.

Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo gets repetitive really quickly. The only cool thing I found was getting better gear and seeing how it interacted. Like the huge plasma or laser cannon I picked up in some level. That thing was great at taking out entire mobs of enemies. By the way many of the enemies look the same. There are less enemies in Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo than say a Dynasty Warrior game. And the enemies are a bit tougher in Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo.

The main course of the day within Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo is violence. We shoot, and hack and slash anything in our way. Sometimes we have other mechs with us. The targeting in Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo can be frustrating at times. Especially when each weapon has its own gauge. In boss battles I tried to get some distance and pelt them with a gun. I would use up the entire charge of that weapon before my mech actually targeted the boss. Yes I wasted all those shots.

Players are provided multiple weapons which is very helpful in staying alive. The same goes for repair kits which heal the health of your mech. The music in Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo is awesome. Although I thought I caught some Legend of Zelda pieces while playing Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo. There is also bad language in Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo which took away from the overall experience.

If you are looking for a game like Diablo on the PS Vita, then you should check out Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo. Expect monotony, and repetition out of this downloadable only hand held video game. The storyline in Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo is not very deep, nor is it that interesting. Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo does include all kinds of disposable weapons and armor.

Families will most likely not be very interested in Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo. The increased aggression, and real world anger that can be generated from playing Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo causes turmoil. Boxers, active duty military, and MMA fighters are the ones that could use the lessons in Damascus Gear Operation Tokyo. At least that is what I think.
- Luke

 

Graphics: 50%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: PS Vita
Publisher: Arc System Works
Developer: A+ Games
Rating: ‘T’ - Teen THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY
{Violence, Language}
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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