The World Ends With You: Solo Remix full review
Coming from the folk behind the ever-diminishing returns that are the Final Fantasy roleplaying games on console, you might know some of what to expect from The World Ends With You: Solo Remix.
Anime art, over-long, unskippable cutscenes, dialogue apparently written by an eight-year-old and people saying '!' and '...' a lot. It avoids the usual soft-fantasy setting in favour of a modern city, technology and a soundtrack from the nightclub of your worst nightmares. There's a sprawling storyline, plenty of posturing and a lively, fluid combat system that fits touchscreens well.
This 30-something correspondent found TWEWY frankly grating in the extreme, but in fairness it's clearly aimed at teenagers and/or people who don't mind having to spend hours sat watching uninspired FMV before they're allowed to do anything.