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Kill la Kill - IF

Arc System Works America, Inc.
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ESRB Rating: M (Mature) i
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Partial Nudity
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Kill la Kill - IF is an action fighting game based off of the popular, cult anime series. Kill la Kill - IF features popular characters from the series, includes the original voice actors in Japanese as well as the original voice actors who voiced the US anime series. The game features a variety of modes, including an original story mode and online mode.
  • Action fighting gameplay lets you re-live the excitement and adrenaline of the Anime!
  • New untold story from original Kill la Kill scenario writer, "Kazuki Nakashima"!
  • Experience Kill la Kill in stunning 3D visuals created with supervision from Studio TRIGGER!

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35.0% of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
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4.0 Verified Purchaser
good game but
Tori Pagac
7 months ago
fun but short better if you have someone to play with
Length of ownership: 1 month
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5.0 Verified Purchaser
Kill a Kill game
Ratasha Franklin
1 year ago
That’s it’s a lot of action and you get to play both girls.
Length of ownership: 1 week
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5.0 Verified Purchaser
Great game over all
Shirokuma
1 year ago
Great game, it's so similar to the anime. Although the character roster is small it's still a good game.
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3.0
It was amazing in the beginning.
Noz6913
1 year ago
When I heard that this game was coming out, I was extremely excited. I’m a huge fan of kill la kill, and hearing that a game was coming out was a dream come true. But when I got the game and started playing it, I was definitely a bit disappointed. There aren’t many characters to choose from, in the first place, including dlc characters. The story is incredibly bland. Both story modes are the exact same thing and it’s just not fun doing the same boss fights over and over again. Along with that, there aren’t many things to do in the game after that, there’s an endless mode, normal 1v1, covers challenge, and online mode. Though the game was fun the first time, I don’t think I’d get it again.
Length of ownership: 3 months
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2.0 Verified Purchaser
Terrible single-player arena brawler
tcbvgames1
1 year ago
Kill La Kill If, the flashy but dumb arena fighter from A-Plus Games and Arc System Works, massively disappoints as a single-player game. On the hardest difficulty, with all of the buffs favored toward the CPU opponents, button mashing will get you through 95% of the battles. When using 4 the of 6 available characters, I almost never lost a round, even if I just picked up the character for the first time. I guess this means the game is "approachable" for more casual fighting fans. Thankfully, the game doesn't require any complex d-pad rotations, finger-twisting input commands, or brain-crampingly obtuse command strings in order to win. I am far from an Evo professional, but this game is never more challenging than Ultra SF4 on MEDIUM. This game needs at least two higher difficulty levels in single-player mode. If you want a challenge, you'll have to go online. I cannot speak to that experience, since I only played offline. BE WARNED: The camera is not cooperative. At least a third of the time, the camera will switch from your character's shoulder to the opponent's, which should NEVER happen in single-player mode. When using larger characters, your target may be obscured by your massive frame. During some story missions (and the "Covers Challenge), you will be forced to fight multiple enemies. Not only will the annoying camera logic make it VERY difficult to keep your bearings, your targets may change against your will, explosions and enemies in the foreground may obscure your character, and you can easily die when off-screen enemies hit you. This camera is barely tolerable for duels, but it is a nightmare when fighting mobs. ABOUT THE STORY MODE: It's terrible. I have seen the first three episodes of Kill La Kill, and find it to be an impressively crafted action comedy. The story mode in this game dumps the comedy, turning every character into a humorless meathead blowhard hulksmashing their way through hordes of enemies. Basically, like every other terribad Story Mode in a fighting game. If you think the polygonal Street Fighter games have good story modes, the camaign might not bother you. I found them unwatchable. Thankfully, they can all be skipped. Controls are responsive. Shame about the camera. The 3D models are decent, but the background are bleh. The splashy explosions and psoterize text are highlights. Framerates are usually around 60 fps on the base PS4. Music seems okay, but not memorable. Compared to, say, My Hero One's Justice, nothing really grabbed me. Might give it a closer listen later.
Length of ownership: 1 week
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5.0 Verified Purchaser
Kill la Kill lf
Edward Wilks
1 year ago
No I got The game for myself when it was on Deal for a Day Sale when it was on Clearance for $19.97and this new game is totally awesome.
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5.0 Verified Purchaser
Killer fighting game
Dealhshand
1 year ago
A very good fighting game from the creators of the guilty gear series.....and even better if you love the kill la kill anime....its a great game for sure.
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Epsilon00
1 year ago
It’s a great game, just needs better online matchmaking but it may be just because reviewers are bashing it for no reason, try the free demo it’s fun and tells the story in a new way, the only reason I didnt give it a 5 is the lack of characters but it’s one of the best anime games first series, compared to the first dragon ball game and first naruto game
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KLK Evolution Fighting Anime
Galactus X
1 year ago
A effective mechanic, with a combination of Anime/ fighting all out combo in scenic motion modern fabrics.
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4.0 Verified Purchaser
Mechanic-wise, It's Pretty Good
ShyanneO
1 year ago
Striping it down to its bare basics (no pun intended), its a good fighting game. It feels good to play and characters all have interesting and fun mechanics. Me and my brother played against each other for a good couple hours before getting tired (which we lose interest in stuff pretty quickly anyway, so keeping our attention on one thing for a few hours is a surprise). Now to tackle that story-mode. It was ok. The pacing was off, the story was ok, and there was a couple chapters that were purely cinematic and no game-play. You also NEED to play it to unlock certain move-sets, characters, and skins. PLUS you NEED TO PLAY THE FIRST CHAPTER TO PLAY VERSUS. Which I honestly hate when games do that (make the tutorial optional!!). Also keep an eye out when you get items since that is when chapters end. I didn't catch that at first and played through 4 chapters before realizing I had finished chapter 1 awhile ago. I know there's DLC but I haven't checked it out yet (game came out in between paychecks) Overall its definitely not a bad game and I don't regret buying it day one. I just probably wouldn't pay the full $60 for it. Maybe $40.
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