Available on PS4 (version tested) and PC
Flashback to the halcyon days of the PlayStation 2: if you were into both JRPGs and anime, chances were that you were also into Bandai Namco’s .hack series. Designed and released as an instant media franchise, the series was centred on a fictional MMO, with characters ending up trapped in the virtual world.
While various .hack outings encompassed animation, manga, merchandise – oh, so much merchandise! – and radio dramas, most important was a series of actual video games that emulated an MMO. Originally, the PS2 was graced with four pseudo-episodic entries – Infection, Mutation, Outbreak,…
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