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- Faithful Recreation of Japan's Electronics Mecca -Like a virtual tour of Tokyo's Akihabara ward, all major outdoor locations from the town have been painfully recreated, with over 130 real-life shops accurately represented
- Unique and Customizable Brawler-Style Combat - Anything can be a weapon, from baseball bats to comics to motherboards, and individual clothing items may be targeted, stripped and added to the player's own inventory
- Satirical Story with Divergent Paths and Multiple Endings - Playing off common anime and video game tropes for social satire, the player's choices determine how the story progresses, leading to one of many unique endings
- Modern Day Setting Enhances Gameplay Options and Adds Pop Culture Feel - The in-game smartphone is used to check email, read comments on Pitter, take side quests, catalog ad flyers, launch apps to identify the undead and much, much more
- PS4-Exclusive Features - "Toybox Mode" begins the game with every item unlocked, "Visual Editor" allows customization of much of the game's look, and innovative chat command function allows livestream viewers to directly affect the player's experience
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AKIBA'S TRIP: Undead & Undressed is an open-world action RPG in which players undertake numerous missions in a virtual recreation of Akihabara, Tokyo's popular ”Electric Town” district. The player's goal is to identify vampires called “Synthesizers” with the help of an in-game smartphone app, then engage them in battle to strip their clothes off so their bodies are fully exposed to sunlight. Boasting a unique combat system in which everyday objects become weapons, multiple story routes, a varied cast of characters based on common anime and video game tropes and a narrative dripping with social satire and subtle nods to Japanese pop culture, AKIBA'S TRIP is a present-day supernatural adventure for the gamer in all of us.
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Throughout the game, your base of operations (and home) is the freedom fighter's HQ; a nice place where you can get some side missions, beef up your equipment, and talk to your comrades. However, there is no day-night cycle, and you pretty much just continue onwards doing mission to mission in the game with no real chance to enjoy anything else in Akiba without trying it yourself (and even then, the limited map gives you not so many options). If I could change anything about this game, it would be the aforementioned. If there was a little more depth on your character's own life and development and the freedom to enjoy more of the city, then this game would be the perfect RPG that allows player's a break (sorta like GTA does in its games).
As for combat; it's a three button system with some dodges and counters you can master by timing, and it works quite well. There are many different weapons under several categories to use that change your stats, and you can make your own combos by switching which body parts you hit (you can hit the Head, Torso, and Legs). Hitting each body part will make the clothes weaken respectively, and then can be stripped by you (then added to your inventory) or just fall apart from your wailing. On harder difficulties, this combat system is challenging (I raged quit once to this game which I hadn't expected to do).
Customization is huge in this game. Hundreds of items to choose from and you can (eventually) change your character model and edit the entire world and people in it even. There's plenty of room for creativity on Akiba's Trip: U&U and it makes the title more interesting and fun. Overall, this is a great game to play and experience, especially at the price and I highly recommend it.
There are multiple ending but you can fast forward through the dialogue you've heard before. You also keep all of your items you collect from your previous games in newgame+.
I enjoy the subtle romantic subplot as well as the main characters. Great story and hilarious game play! 5 Stars.