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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 - PC Invasion (blog)

Tokyo 42 is one of those wonderful games, in that you can probably tell if it's your sort of thing based solely on an initial description. Here we go: Tokyo 42 is the love-child of Grand Theft Auto (the original one, not the 3D sequels) and Syndicate ...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: Assassins Dream of Electric Sheep (and Brutalist Architecture) - USgamer

We've updated our Tokyo 42 review with thoughts on our time with the game's multiplayer. You can find the new portion at the bottom. The first thing we see in Tokyo 42 is a claustrophobic apartment. The type of closet-sized studio akin to what you'd ...and more »

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

Tokyo 42. Platforms: Xbox One (tested), PC, PS4 Developer: SMAC Games Publisher: Mode 7. Release Date: Out Now (PS4 in July). Where To Buy. Xbox Store / Steam. Tokyo 42's action takes place in bustling, brightly-coloured cityscapes laid out like ...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 game that's hard not to be drawn into. From its reveal early last year, its miniature isometric world has been the center of attention, painting a futuristic look at modern-day Tokyo. This shooter doesn't look like your everyday open ...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 »

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 »

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 review: 'Not the game it could have been' - GQ.com

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 »