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Bryce Boltzmann (voice)
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Sullivan (voice) (as Taylor Henry)
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Atsuki Tani ...
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Not as bad as the reviews say
11 September 2013 | by See all my reviews

While it is worth noting that this game has limited enemy character designs over all it was a very fun game with a new twist, you can't die. Well there is 1 way to die but I won't spoil it here.

The main character has a fun personality and has a wide range of weapons in his arsenal. You have a sidekick and she handles herself rather well so you don't always have to save her. The levels include a destructible environment and look nice too.

Boss battles are never boring and the voice actors did a good job in the American adaptation. I do however wish they released the American version with a choice of the original Japanese voice-over. There are also some cool Upgrades you can purchase for your character. I enjoyed the flashbacks the main character has of before he became immortal, it really made the experience more enjoyable.

All in I give it a 7/10


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