With the popular of the Japanese anime series “Attack on Titan” aka “Shingeki no Kyojin,” adapted from the ongoing manga series of the same name, there's bound to be games in development based of the story. Spike Chunsoft is one of those companies and it's working on the first game called “Attack on Titan: The Last Wings of Mankind.” The latest trailer released
for Attack on Titan: The Last Wings of Mankind shows the different Titans (the main antagonists of the story) that you will have to fight against. This game does have a story-mode which lets you play through
the important moments of the Attack on Titan story.
Attack on Titan: The Last Wings of Mankind hits Nintendo 3DS (N3DS) consoles across Japan come December 5
. This game has multiple story modes as Siliconera reports; if you buy the game early, you can download the Levi Reville missions for free. Anime News Network (ANN) reports
that you first start off as Eren Jaeger (the main character); as you progress through the game, you can take control of Mikasa Ackerman (the second main character and female protagonist) and Armin Arlert (the third main character and secondary male protagonist). You can also choose other members of the Survey Corps such as Historia Reiss, Sasha Braus, etc.
Playing the game is similar to watching Attack on Titan. You are to kill the Titans by slicing the nape of their necks. If you get eaten, then the mission is a failure. Each mission, you will have AI-controlled allies helping you out. If they get caught, you can rescue them before they are eaten. The game also features a World Mode in which you can use your own original characters with parts that are unlocked in the story missions. Up to four players can participate in World Mode.
Attack on Titan takes place in the far future where the remnants of humanity live in a walled-off city. But, the Titans manage to break into the city. Eren, Mikasa, and Armin are part of an elite group of soldiers that utilize 3D Maneuver Gear which gives them an edge against the Titans.
In Attack on Titan-related news, the people of the documentary show called “Discovery of the World's Mystery” (a show on Japan's TBS channel) explores the Bavarian town
of Nordlingen in which the setting of the story is based off off.