Frank Inglese writes:
Just incase you havn’t had enough fun running through the streets of Tokyo’s Akihabara, striping random civilians and getting chased by the cops, NIS America have decided that it’s time for the game you played on both the PlayStation Vita and the PlayStation 3 to be released on the console with greater capabilities; the PlayStation 4.
It was only last year that the West got its chance to taste the incredibly Japanese style of “Akiba’s Strip: Undead and Undressed” and even though it met with pretty average scores the world over, it has still somehow remained such a lovable and well-enjoyed game. At least, people like it enough for the developers over at Acquire to organise for the game to receive an updated port for a “next gen” console.
In fact, there’s already word that the same game will, once again, be ported onto another console! This time the Nintendo 3DS. What gameplay mechanics will be added to that version I have no idea, but I’m not here to talk about the game that hasn’t been released…I’m here to talk about the PlayStation 4 version of “Akiba’s Trip: Undead and Undressed”.
Before moving on with the rest of this review I do suggest you go back and read my very own review of the PlayStation Vita version because, this time around, I will be making a great deal of comparison between the two and it’ll be more beneficial for you if you’re entirely informed. Check out the PlayStation Vita review by Clicking Here.