Japanese video games have an increasing place on Xbox consoles and the recent launch of Kimetsu no yaiba is a new example of this, after the arrival of other works of an oriental style such as Tales of Arise. In that sense, today we want to tell you how the First Notes of the Night’s Watch: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Hinokami Chronicles, an action video game that adapts the famous manganime and that puts us in the shoes of Kamado Tanjiro, a young man who tries to overcome the death of his family after a demonic attack that has also transformed his sister.

Below you can see some of the notes of the main media international

  • DualShockers – 85
  • We are Xbox – 80
  • Atomix – 80
  • Attack of the Fanboy – 80
  • Dexerto – 80
  • COGConnected – 70
  • Siliconera – 70
  • Screen Rant – 70
  • IGN – 70
  • LevelUp – 72
  • The Games Machine – 70
  • PC Games – 70
  • JeuxVideo – 65
  • Destructoid – 65
  • Multiplayer – 65
  • Twinfinite – 60
  • Comicbook – 60
  • Push Square – 60

Night’s Watch Review: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Hinokami Chronicles

At the time of writing, Watchmen of the Night: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Hinokami Chronicles features a grade point average of 72 on Metacritic in its version of PlayStation 5 with 23 reviews, which has the highest number of analyzes contemplated. Many of them praise its visuals and its fidelity to the manganime, but believe that it lacks depth in combat and that the story is sometimes somewhat insubstantial. Be that as it may, it is a note more than worthy and that speaks well of this new anime adaptation. Remember that the Night’s Watch: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Hinokami Chronicles Now available on Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and other platforms.

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