There’s no mistaking Scarlet Nexus for anything other than a Japanese role-playing game (colloquially known as a JRPG): its immaculate anime-style visuals are a dead giveaway.
But when you play it, it doesn’t feel like the average JRPG. Although it has all the requisite levelling-up elements of an RPG, it’s an action game above all, eschewing the turn-based systems that JRPGs often have, which begs broad comparisons with games like Devil May Cry and Bayonetta.
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