Aragami 2

Aragami 2

released on Sep 17, 2021

Aragami 2

released on Sep 17, 2021

Aragami 2 is a third person stealth game where you play as an assassin with the power to control the shadows. Join the shadow clan and fight the invider armies to protect your people.


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fun with friends, very repetitve

Great Artstyle but before the final mission its just full of filler. And annoying.

Aragami 2, like its predecessor, is a third-person stealth game where you embody an assassin endowed with the power to manipulate shadows. Continuing the unique gameplay elements that defined the first game, it delivers a fun experience that will appeal especially to fans of stealth mechanics.

The core gameplay in Aragami 2 remains engaging, utilizing a blend of stealth and supernatural abilities to navigate through levels and evade or neutralize enemies. The mechanics of shadow manipulation continue to be a highlight, providing a strategic depth to each encounter. The gameplay although retains some essential features, feels different to the first Aragami, and its probably better overall.

However, the game's primary drawback lies in its level design. While initially intriguing, the environments quickly become repetitive, diminishing the overall excitement and challenge as the game progresses. This repetitiveness can lead to a monotonous experience, which is not helped by a less compelling story compared to the first installment.
Visually, Aragami 2 doesn't quite live up to the original. Despite being a sequel, the graphics appear slightly less polished, with environments and character models that do not exceed, and sometimes fall short of, the artistic flair of its predecessor.

But despite its flaws, Aragami 2 is still a decent entry into the stealth genre. For enthusiasts of stealth games, it offers enough enjoyment to warrant a play, particularly if found on a good deal. While it may not surpass the first game, it provides enough of the core mechanics to satisfy fans looking for more shadow-stealth action.

Biggest disappointment I have ever experienced