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Tokyo Beat Down

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Platform: DS
Genre: Fighting Action (Brawler)
Developer: Success
AKA: Yajuu Keiji: Tokyo Douji Tahatsu Tero o Chinatsu Seyo! (JP)

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Tokyo Beat Down review

Reviewed April 16, 2009

Jonathan Stark says: "What Tokyo Beat Down does right is all in its script. Developer Success and localizer Atlus know they’re working in a genre filled with clichés and Lewis Cannon’s every word and interaction with NPCs reflects this. They go so far as to name the NPCs things like "Cop who is providing back story" and "guy who is about to get beat up.” There are even multiple endings, and it's to the writer's credit that I'm curious to see what they are and what plot elements they reveal. Unfortunately, you couldn't pay me to play through again."
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