You awake in your miniscule, boxy flat to a breaking news report about an assassination. Police are closing in on the killer’s building; the news channel say they’re going live to a camera within the assassin’s apartment. The TV screen shows a cell-like room illuminated by a TV – moving around confirms that it’s your apartment. Moments later, you’re bolting down a street ducking between pillars to escape the barrage of bullets threatening to envelop you. There’s a hover car waiting for you at the end of the street that you obligingly leap into. The driver, Tycho, explains that you’ve been framed for murder by an unknown assassin, and that you’re now at the very top of Tokyo’s most wanted list. For more open-world goodness, check out the best sandbox games on PC. Whatever grain of sobriety there is in Tokyo 42’s dramatic opening quickly diminishes. Set in the year 2042, its vision of Tokyo sees it sat above the clouds, leaving behind whatever grim apocalypse lies below. The city’s inhabitants are happy to live surrounded by blue skies and to forget the past. You will be too, as you tear across its colourful high rises, the experience… Read full this story
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