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''Attack on Titan'' (known as ''[[ScrewedByTheLawyers AOT: Wings of Freedom]]'' in Europe) is a 2016 video game based on the popular [[Manga/AttackOnTitan franchise of the same name]]. It covers the first season of the anime (or up to chapter 33 of the manga), as well as some elements from the then-upcoming Season 2. The game was released February 18, 2016 in Japan for [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 PS4]], [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 PS3]], and [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita PS Vita]], with an English localization following on August 26 and 30 of the same year for Europe and North America, respectively; the Western release added UsefulNotes/XboxOne and PC ports.

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''Attack on Titan'' (known as ''[[ScrewedByTheLawyers AOT: Wings of Freedom]]'' in Europe) is a 2016 video game based on the popular [[Manga/AttackOnTitan [[Franchise/AttackOnTitan franchise of the same name]]. It covers the first season of the anime (or up to chapter 33 of the manga), as well as some elements from the then-upcoming Season 2. The game was released February 18, 2016 in Japan for [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 PS4]], [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 PS3]], and [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita PS Vita]], with an English localization following on August 26 and 30 of the same year for Europe and North America, respectively; the Western release added UsefulNotes/XboxOne and PC ports.


A sequel called ''Attack on Titan 2'', adapting the second season of the anime, was released in March 2018. An expansion pack adapting the third season, titled ''Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle'', was released in July 2019.

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A sequel called ''Attack on Titan 2'', adapting the second season first two seasons of the anime, was released in March 2018. An expansion pack adapting the third season, titled ''Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle'', was released in July 2019.


* UnexpectedGameplayChange: The first encounter with the Colossal Titan removes your ability to grapple, forcing you to hide behind rubble to avoid getting pushed around by it's steam while dodging rocks.

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* UnexpectedGameplayChange: The first encounter with the Colossal Titan removes your ability to grapple, forcing you to hide behind rubble to avoid getting pushed around by it's its steam while dodging rocks.


''Attack on Titan'' (known as ''[[ScrewedByTheLawyers AOT: Wings of Freedom]]'' in Europe) is a 2016 video game based on the popular [[Manga/AttackOnTitan franchise of the same name]]. It covers the first season of the anime (or up to chapter 33 of the manga), as well as some elements from the [then] upcoming Season 2. The game was released February 18, 2016 in Japan for [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 PS4]], [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 PS3]], and [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita PS Vita]], with an English localization following on August 26 and 30 of the same year for Europe and North America, respectively; the Western release added UsefulNotes/XboxOne and PC ports.

A sequel called ''Attack on Titan 2'', adapting the second season of the anime was released in March, 2018. An expansion pack, ''Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle'', adapting the third season, was released in July 2019.

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''Attack on Titan'' (known as ''[[ScrewedByTheLawyers AOT: Wings of Freedom]]'' in Europe) is a 2016 video game based on the popular [[Manga/AttackOnTitan franchise of the same name]]. It covers the first season of the anime (or up to chapter 33 of the manga), as well as some elements from the [then] upcoming then-upcoming Season 2. The game was released February 18, 2016 in Japan for [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 PS4]], [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 PS3]], and [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita PS Vita]], with an English localization following on August 26 and 30 of the same year for Europe and North America, respectively; the Western release added UsefulNotes/XboxOne and PC ports.

A sequel called ''Attack on Titan 2'', adapting the second season of the anime anime, was released in March, March 2018. An expansion pack, pack adapting the third season, titled ''Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle'', adapting the third season, was released in July 2019.


A sequel called ''Attack on Titan 2'', adapting the second season of the anime was released in March, 2018. An expansion pack, ''Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle'', adapting the third season, will be released in July 2019.

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A sequel called ''Attack on Titan 2'', adapting the second season of the anime was released in March, 2018. An expansion pack, ''Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle'', adapting the third season, will be was released in July 2019.


A sequel called ''Attack on Titan 2'' adapting the second season of the anime was released in March, 2018. An expansion pack, ''Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle'', adapting the third season, will be released in July 2019.

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A sequel called ''Attack on Titan 2'' 2'', adapting the second season of the anime was released in March, 2018. An expansion pack, ''Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle'', adapting the third season, will be released in July 2019.


A sequel called ''Attack on Titan 2'' adapting the second season of the anime was released in March, 2018. An expansion pack, ''Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle'', adapting the third season will be released in July 2019.

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A sequel called ''Attack on Titan 2'' adapting the second season of the anime was released in March, 2018. An expansion pack, ''Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle'', adapting the third season season, will be released in July 2019.


A sequel called ''Attack on Titan 2'' adapting the second season of the anime was released in March, 2018.

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A sequel called ''Attack on Titan 2'' adapting the second season of the anime was released in March, 2018. An expansion pack, ''Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle'', adapting the third season will be released in July 2019.


* DeadpanSnarker: You have the option to make your character say some rather absurd things during cutscenes...

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* DeadpanSnarker: You have [[PlayerCharacter Kare]] can be this if you choose the option to make your character say some rather right dialogue options. Despite the seriousness of the series, a lot of their answers are sarcastic or just downright absurd things during cutscenes...given the situation.


* UnexpectedCharacter: With a whopping ''thirty-seven'' playable characters, this is bound to happen. Bet you never thought you'd see an Attack on Titan game with a playable [[spoiler: Carla Yeager.]]


* LightningBruiser: Mikasa and Levi are fast, agile, and extremely strong. Mikasa has the ability to rapidly strike the same target multiple times, which other characters have to upgrade their gear to do, while Levi has a single special strike that is strong enough to instantly kill most titans. Not to mention that he later gets Mikasa's chain attack, he even gets another ability that improves on it, turning him into an absolute butcher.

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* LightningBruiser: Mikasa and Levi are fast, agile, and extremely strong. Mikasa has the ability to rapidly strike the same target multiple times, which other characters have to upgrade their gear to do, while Levi has a single special strike that is strong enough to instantly kill most titans. Not to mention that not only does he later gets Mikasa's chain attack, he even gets another ability that improves on it, turning him into an absolute butcher.butcher.
* InfinityPlusOneSword: There are a good amount of candidates, but most agree the winner is the Cloud Zero Plus.


* FanDisservice: The camera has a disturbing tendency to fill the screen with naked Titan ass.



* LightningBruiser: Mikasa and Levi are fast, agile, and extremely strong. Mikasa has the ability to rapidly strike the same target multiple times, which other characters have to upgrade their gear to do, while Levi has a single special strike that is strong enough to instantly kill most titans.

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* LightningBruiser: Mikasa and Levi are fast, agile, and extremely strong. Mikasa has the ability to rapidly strike the same target multiple times, which other characters have to upgrade their gear to do, while Levi has a single special strike that is strong enough to instantly kill most titans. Not to mention that he later gets Mikasa's chain attack, he even gets another ability that improves on it, turning him into an absolute butcher.


* {{Bowdlerize}}: Some of the scenes the games re-enact are noticeably less gory than the source material; for example, when Eren gets his leg bitten off, there's only a small splash of blood, and you never actually see the bloody stump.

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* {{Bowdlerize}}: Some of the scenes the games re-enact are noticeably less gory than the source material; for example, when Eren gets his leg bitten off, there's only a small splash of blood, and you never actually see the bloody stump. Later during his fight with the Female Titan, she only dislocates his jaw instead of ripping it off.



* DeadlyEuphemism: You don't ''kill'' Titans, you ''subjugate''' them.

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* DeadlyEuphemism: You don't ''kill'' Titans, you ''subjugate''' ''subjugate'' them.


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* JustEatHim: Good thing the Titans will hold you in front of their faces for a little while instead of just popping you into their mouths, or this game would be a whole lot harder.


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* PurposefullyOverpowered: Levi is just as broken as he ought to be.


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** Mike Zacharias: Miche Zacharias


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* UnexpectedCharacter: With a whopping ''thirty-seven'' playable characters, this is bound to happen. Bet you never thought you'd see an Attack on Titan game with a playable [[spoiler: Carla Yeager.]]

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* DeadlyEuphemism: You don't ''kill'' Titans, you ''subjugate''' them.


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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Not being translated by the same people as the manga or anime, some of the names are a bit different:
** Connie Springer: Conny Springer
** Sasha Blouse: Sasha Braus
** Krista Lenz: Christa Lenz
** Survey Corps: Scout Regiment

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