Welcome to the Xth Squad! Captain of the Xth Squad, Alice Mifune, will be guiding you through your initiation to the Code Physics Agency and your tasks of responding to and neutralizing Hazard Cases. Be mindful of your surroundings - the longer you stay, the more aggressive the Variants will become.
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Two girls are key players in the incident...What do they know!?
Multiple reports of kidnapping have shaken Tokyo to its core. Regrettably, these reports are not baseless rumors...
The victims are mainly young people and their numbers have been steadily rising. Variants and members of a mysterious group have been sighted at the scene of the kidnappings. Students from Hinowa Academy—the very school attended by members of the Xth Squad—are in danger.
In pursuit of the truth, closely held secrets will be exposed...
But this is far from the only incident plaguing the city.
There are reports of strange incidents known as Sprawl Terrors, in which buildings and people suddenly vanish into thin air. A powerful enemy with mysterious origins opposes your efforts to investigate this phenomena. Furthermore, there appear to be some familiar faces among your enemies.
As the situation grows more desperate, loyalties will be questioned!
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You can honestly call Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy a good wizardry clone. It's a fun colourful JRPG dungeon crawler! It's a simple premise exploited many time's in the 90's, you control with variety of different classes called blood codes here through many dungeons trying to finish started quest, simple yet fun!
Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy is yet another dungeon crawler straight from Japan and it has it's unique Japanese feel. The story is pretty good, music is nothing amazing, but not bad to listen too and you could end up whistling a tune or two from it. Graphics are pretty good and as you can probably figure it out from the screenshots, it is kind of like Etrian Odyssey or Shin Megami Tensei - you walk in first person through 3D dungeon and slay randomly encountered monsters (although you are not making friends with them). Combat is simple and takes hints from the greatest, but the biggest drawback of this game is UI, which is incredibly complicated for no good reason. While user interface is pretty bad, overall graphics look nice, and performance is actually great. If you like dungeon crawlers, you should pick this game up.
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