What do you do when you need some heavy hitters in a world that’s falling apart around your characters due to enemies that need those last few powerful hits? That’s where being armed to the teeth with high-tech rifles, deadly explosives and massive machinery doesn’t do the job just right. This is where players will be introduced to using just bare fists and or using katanas in order to put enemies down. So who do you call in for this? S.E.A.L.E.D. team members Mana and George
So what’s special about these two? They are the overall heaviest hitters of S.E.A.L.E.D. and they seek to knock things down. With Mana Kawai on the tea, she loves all things cute, but when it comes down to it, she’s not scared to crack her knuckles, and go on full fisticuffs with the enemy when needed. Once enemies adjust to her brutal beatings, she just gets stronger from a distance by hurling debris and creating earthquakes in order to dispatch them.
On the flip side? Welcome in George Jackman, the teams hero minded character who loves to fight for the glory of freedom and justice, but also does this while displaying his bravery while doing so. While attacking, George can build up his damage through using his katana while building up his damage through the usage of psychometry. Will enemies be able to live through his relentless and brutal attacks? Doubtful.
Between both Mana and George, enemies will not be able to take on this rather deadly duo as they help S.E.A.L.E.D. team fight through the tower and investigate the traitors within their very own team. Could they possibly be the traitors within the team?
Lost Dimension is coming physically as well as digitally through PlayStation Network for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita on July 28th in North America and on August 28th! Stay tuned for our upcoming review!
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