April 7, 2021
It's a good game, but some elements don't suit you so well. The last 3 missions are easy, the boss fights are just the beginning of the story (I think, based on the way much of the story was described to me), and the combat gets even faster due to the fact that the game takes place in the real life area.
In closing, if you enjoyed this game then enjoy the first chapter. If not for that, I don't know if it's worth a single playthrough: it's the first chapter to be completely revamped, that's why it's been the first half of this review. I hope I saved time on my review of the game so I didn't forget to follow along on Twitter when you're waiting to read about the game. (If you don't like this game, you should probably consider purchasing it before you do, although don't expect it to be your first run through the game.)
I enjoyed this first part, where I played around with it a bit, but once it was established that it was not for me, I didn't like it much either.
The story starts out fairly well in the main story. I remember the story very well. The characters are well developed and are still pretty different from the main series, and I thought that it was good that one character was a villain in the main series. The main protagonist is not a villain, but