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Amazon Japan user reviews for Devil's Third are quite positive

by rawmeatcowboy
13 August 2015
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Did you know that Amazon Japan currently has Devil’s Third at 4 stars out of 5? That score comes from user reviews...and it seems that quite a few people are enjoying the game! Here's what they had to say.

Amazon user review comments:

Reviewer 1

“Following Splatoon, I thought it looked like fun, so I decided to buy it. Its controls are unique, but once you get used to it you can move with a lot of freedom, and it’s very fun. The online parts are especially fun, and I’m completely satisfied with it. With all the slicing and shooting going on, the online fights get hectic. You get taken out right away if you’re not always moving, It doesn’t take long to get caught when you try hiding. It’s all about always running and disposing of any enemies in sight, as quick as possible. It’s pretty radical for a Nintendo game.”

Reviewer 2

“I recommend this title for players that are bored with current FPS or third-person shooters. It does a wonderful job at combining close-ranged combat action and FPS. As far as graphics go, it’s not on the level of a PS4 or Xbox One game, but those who play a lot of games should be able to see that the fun factor is truly the essence of the game.”

Reviewer 3

It looks difficult at first glance, but the controls make it really easy to play.
Switching between melee feels very natural and smooth.
It’s simply fun as an action game.
Everything is so flashy, it makes me feel like Rambo or Bruce Willis.

Blood spraying all over (which I knew about, and it also disappears right away,) but I can’t play it in front of kids.
It’s not bad, but the story is a bit unexciting.
As far as graphics go, I was satisfied for it being on the Wii U, but the characters kind of have stiff-looking hair (think of it on the same level of PS3.)
The protagonist is a badass, but I personally couldn’t like him, to be honest.

Reviewer 4

“It’s been a while since I played an FPS multiplayer game, but I’ve been addicted to it. The shootouts on the massive fields with 16 players is the best part. I haven’t had this much fun since GoldenEye 007 on the Nintendo 64.”

Reviewer 5

“Unlike the FPS I’ve played until now, there’s a variety of action to it, which almost makes it feel it takes the action elements from a Yakuza game, which you can experience in an online title.”

Reviewer 6

“I’ve always been bad at shooters like Call of Duty and Battlefield, and could never better my kill/death ratios, so I never knew what was fun about them. After getting into Splatoon after it released in May, I’ve become more confident in shooters, so I decided to buy this game. The single and multiplayer content are completely different, so it feels like you’re playing different games. You don’t take fall damage, so you can feel like a ninja while during the shootouts, and being able to shoot while sliding gives it a nice action element, which makes it different from your average template for approaching your enemies in other shooters.”

Reviewer 7

“It’s excellent [the online mode]. It feels like it’s been a while since I plowed through a game so much in a single day. Guns and melee weapons are very well-balanced, so it doesn’t feel like either of them are too over-powered. With all the weapons and character customization, I have no complaints.”