A New Adventured By Neo: The World Ends With You

Get ready for a bright, vibrant adventure from the talented team at Neat Games: Neo: The World Ends With You is going to come to PS4 later July 27, 2021! That marks the first time The World Ends With You series has come to PlayStation, but even is the ideal time for long-time fans and newcomers alike to jump into the dynamic streets of Tokyo and explore the stunningly vivid Japanese city.

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An Action Game

Neo: The World Ends With You is an action-filled, top-down beat 'em up game that recreates classic Tokyo street battles. In this game, you take on the role of a young boy who's been abandoned by his father. There's a massive blackout in Tokyo, and only Neo can find his way out alive - through a subway tunnel. Here, he must find clues to the whereabouts of his father and find his way back home.

Neo: The World Ends With You is developed by Nomura Masamitsu, who did the original version of Nomura's Dragon Knight & Sonic series. From the get-go, Nomura had talked about making a follow-up to the aforementioned release, and the release of Neo: The World Ends With You promises to deliver on that promise. If you played the original version of the game, you'll feel right at home with this sequel. The visuals are visually stunning, and the action is both deceptively powerful and relentless. And best of all, it has a level of difficulty that is enough to challenge any gaming veteran.

Neo: The World Ends With You is appropriately subtitled, and there's even a" Collector's Edition" for those of you who want to invest in a collector's item. The release includes a standard PlayStation 4 console and a selection of games, namely Neo: The World Ends With You, Neo: Amazing Neo and more. The games come in a bundle including the aforementioned Neon Drive, as well as an illustrated booklet that features concept art. On top of that, you also receive a bonus game disc, featuring gameplay footage of each level. The content is provided on a brief intro, the main menu, and a walkthrough for each level.

 

The Single Player Campaign

As mentioned above, the single-player campaign will include all the content from the original game as well as some extra content. This includes the "Dawn of Machines" segment which sees the return of Control, as well as a few new levels (such as "Chaos" and "Cycle" - featuring a remake of the classic "Chaos Dam".). For those wanting more challenge, there is also a competitive mode, in which you attempt to complete the original game while going up against the all-new "Master Control" as he attempts to stop the neo-pack from destroying the world. The trailer also confirms that you can replay each level as many times as you want, although this functionality is not featured on the actual release. There is no word on whether or not there will be any support for additional controllers with this release.

Neo: The World Ends With You look to adopt a "VR-like" feel, with a focus on utilising the motion sensors found on top of the consoles to capture your interactions with the game's environment. The trailer shows off the trailer park located in the city of Glitter Gulch, where you will find yourself in a strange, sci-fi-themed environment. The theme park-themed score is performed by a number of well-known rap artists, including Don Henley and Sky. The trailer shows off some impressive technology behind the scenes, such as eye-tracking to track your interactions with the environment and motion-sensitive machinery that help you move about the park.

 

More Than a List of Musical Talent

In addition to an impressive list of musical talent, the developers at Neo: The World Ends With You, are hoping to create some exciting gameplay moments using the aforementioned technology. The trailer contains a number of different scenarios, one of which sees you playing as Neo, a loner who lives in the shibuya with his robotic dog, Roll. The story kicks off when Neo learns that the authorities have been chasing him and are releasing a group of robots whose sole purpose is to attack humans. Using the advanced technology found within his dog, Neo tracks down the organization responsible for his rescue and captures his enemies. However, not long after he engages in combat with Magneto, another robotic terrorist organization, and is taken captive once more.

The plot of the game appears to follow a similar pattern to the original cartoon, which is likely a good sign that the game is going to be successful. The trailer contains a number of unique elements that set it apart from the rest of the trailers released so far, most notably the appearance of an advanced artificial intelligence system called KAD, or kind of a sort of Nintendo DS or Wii system. The KAD system seems like it will give Neo an edge against Magneto and other robots, as the combat is more engaging and quick-paced than anything we've seen in prior cartoons or games. Other additions to the Neo: The World Ends With You cast includes Japanese voice actor Yuichiro Nagashima, who provides the character's voice. His voice has a calm and commanding tone that makes it easy to relate to and empathize with, especially considering how young this character is. The English voice talents of James McEwan and Amy Waterman provide the voices of several of Neo's companions and enemies.

 

Tetsuya Mizuguchi

In the past, Square Enix had provided the main protagonist of a large number of video games, such as Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest, before bringing the franchise to a new level with the release of Neo: The World Ends With You. This release will introduce the character designer, Tetsuya Mizuguchi, and will hopefully provide fans with a new adventure to enjoy. With the help of an original character designer, there's a lot to expect from this release that will make this game stand out amongst the rest. The combat system is very smooth, providing fast-action combat that doesn't get old after too long. The storyline is captivating and offers enough content to fill an entire week.