NIS America and MAGES’ PC release of the 2014 PS Vita title Operation Abyss: New Legacy Tokyo has been met with some mixed reactions, but gamers looking for something very different from the norm seem to enjoy it. For others, the difficulty is just too much for them. Of course, there are cheats available to help out with that little problem.
There’s a new cheat trainer available right now for the PC version of Operation Abyss: New Legacy Tokyo that you can grab right now from over on the Mr. Antifun download page.
There are only two cheats available for the game, and they’re listed below:
• Infinite Health
• Infinite GP
Yep, only two cheats… both of which are centered around helping you get through the game a heck o fa lot easier than just trudging through and grinding it out. Given that the game has a crude RPG-style battle system, the infinite health will help you out a lot because a lot of people complained about getting stuck on the bosses.
Apparently Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy is one of those games where battle scaling is one of those uneven things that they slap you in the face with like Michael Flynn hoping to get slapped in the face with the schlong of immunity if he plants his lips over the erect Russian probe testimony.
Anyway, gamers are pretty excited about the cheats for Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy because some people have been having legitimate problems getting past some of the bosses in the game due to the so-called unfair difficulty scaling. Others, however, simply resolved to over-train and grind their way up so they could whoop butt and take names. Employing that “get good” mentality like a real gamer.
But if you’re interested in Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy you can get your hands on it right now over on the Steam store for only $19.99. The game is discounted as part of the anime weekend sale taking place through April 3rd, so you can actually snap up a copy for 25% off the normal price for only $14.99.
(Main image courtesy of Shuren)
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