Aragami 2 reviewed by Kyle Campbell on PC. Also available on PlayStation and Xbox.
For everything Aragami 2 gets right about being a sneaky ninja assassin, several tragic missteps rear their ugly heads to thwart any fun before long. Levels are lovely to sneak about in initially, especially with good company, but returning to the same ones repeatedly for a needlessly drawn-out campaign’s sake gets old, especially when the story falls flat. Add some aggravating melee brawls complete with often-devastating bugs to the mix, and you’ve got proof that even ninjas can’t carry everything. I desperately wanted to love Aragami 2, but in the end, all it left was a nasty taste in my mouth.
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