I can already feel the urge to just start ranting about the amazingness of this game, but we have a system to follow, so letís take it slow and steady. Now then, the graphics. I generally tend to highly underestimate the graphics in handheld games, and I came into Apocalypse with that same notion. Again, I was blown away. The 3DS prides itself on its 3D, so naturally 3D games are going to be no problem for it and youíll definitely see that in Apocalypse. Beyond the technological aspect of the graphics, I was truly impressed by the game's attention to the details. Tokyo genuinely looks like a post-apocalyptic world and feels very immersive with the 3D settings turned up. Needless to say, I was pretty impressed with the graphics all around.
I cannot express adequately how much I loved the soundtrack in this game. No, seriously, Apocalypse did an amazing job with the soundtrack. Every track fit the environments very well and I was always pleased with just general exploration thanks to how great the soundtracks were, coupled with the environments. My most favorite soundtracks definitely had to be the battle tracks, though. I went picking fights when I was on the verge of death just to hear them. The slow, melancholy tune that preludes a normal encounter that suddenly breaks into a significantly heavier, fast-paced wonder of a melody was amazing. Boss battles felt so much more epic because of the rock-esque track playing. Let me say again: Apocalypse has an amazing soundtrack.