'Attack on Titan' Latest Rumors, News & Updates: Game Depicts Violence on Manga Version?

By Staff Reporter , Updated Jun 20, 2016 05:52 AM EDT

Thanks to "Attack on Titan" Season 1, the anime's video game version is now enjoying a comfortable reign in the video game industry. According to the Christian Post, it was how the video game was received in the United States that shocked game developer KOEI TECMO. Despite knowing the extent of the "Attack on Titan" anime's popularity, it was never thought of it to make an equally or more impressive breakthrough in its western fans.

Since it was featured at the recent E3 2016 event, fans couldn't get enough of the video game version of "Attack on Titan." In fact, to make the game even more enticing, the kind of violence depicted in the manga story highly relates the opportunity of fans to really immersed themselves in the world of human fighting Titans.

Some of the things, players can enjoy while playing "Attack on Titan" have something to do with getting the chance to play in combat mode. Players will then figure out their best chance of defeating the Titan by making sure, they're targeting the Titan's weak parts. Also, players can choose to become members of the Survey Corps. Survey Corps require players to stay attentive in order to stop the Titans from entering the walls. By doing this, players will use the 3D maneuver and it will bring them to different locations within the city.

TechnoBuffalo on the other hand shared some of the highlights playing "Attack on Titan' at the E3 2016 and it has something to do with getting yourself familiarized with the controls. By knowing how to use the controls, you can easily survey the city and turn to combat mode whenever a Titan attacks you. While you can work on immediately killing a Titan, there are those that are smarter than you think and may need to use strategy to kill them.

"Attack on Titan' game will arrive on PS4, PS Vita, PC Xbox One and PS3 on August 30, 2016. 

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