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Tokyo 42 review: A beautiful isometric action game that misses the mark - Ars Technica

Links: Steam | Official Website With a wry smile and referential wit, Tokyo 42—a sci-fi, isometric action game from indie developer Smac and publisher Mode 7—borrows generously from seminal genre staples like Bladerunner. Almost everything about ...and more »

Tokyo 42 Review - IGN

This future set stealth-action game has no shortage of style, but unreliable combat controls and all too apparent glitches prevent it from being a complete hit. By Tristan Ogilvie When played strictly as a stealth game, Tokyo 42. is a total blast. As a ...and more »

Tokyo 42 PC review - PCGamesN

You awake in your miniscule, boxy flat to a breaking news report about an assassination. Police are closing in on the killer's building; the news channel say they're going live to a camera within the assassin's apartment. The TV screen shows a cell ...and more »

Tokyo 42 review: Style and substance clash in this open world indie shooter - International Business Times UK

Tokyo 42's action takes place in bustling, brightly-coloured cityscapes laid out like delicate dioramas, but the neon-lit sights disguise a seedy criminal underworld. Civilians move freely, swarming over the world like ants on an errant doughnut ...and more »

Tokyo 42 Review – Tons of Style - CGMagazine

Tokyo 42 handed me a gun in the first few minutes and told me to have at it. That's a damn good way to start a game. The minutes that follow are just as compelling. You—as in you, the player—need to get acquitted of a murder you didn't commit by ...and more »

Tokyo 42 review: 'Not the game it could have been' -

Tokyo 42 has all the hallmarks of a great indie game. Its fictional dystopian world of “micro Tokyo” is distinct, vibrant and unique; its isometric action gameplay is fast-paced but, at least on the surface, and inventive, allowing players to create ...and more »

Inside the stylish, cyberpunk future of Tokyo 42 - The Verge

Early on in Tokyo 42, I found myself being chased through a busy thoroughfare by gun-wielding thugs. Civilians rushed off in every direction as bullets whizzed past, and flickering electronic billboards only added to the visual madness. I managed to ...and more »

Tokyo 42 for Xbox One review: A sleek and stylish shooter you don't want to miss - Windows Central

Tokyo 42 is a sleek twin-stick shooter for Xbox One, but it's the game's stylish city that really steals the show. Matt Brown. 31 May 2017 15. Tokyo 42 is a game that's hard not to be drawn into. From its reveal early last year, its miniature isometric ...and more »

Review: Tokyo 42 - Destructoid

There's a neon heart at the center of Tokyo 42's cyberpunk playground. The isometric, open-world action game feels as though it could fit in your hands; a diorama of sleek architecture meant to be spun and examined from every angle. Its mix of winding ...and more »

Tokyo 42, hyper-stylish isometric open-world shooter, is now available on Steam - DSOGaming (blog)

SMAC Games has announced the release of Mode 7's hyper-stylish isometric open-world shooter, Tokyo 42. In Tokyo 42, players can spin the camera to see every angle of this beautifully hand-crafted micro Tokyo, as they discover a huge range of weapons ...and more »