Did you ever get a chance to play The World Ends With You? If not, you should have. There's still time before you start reading this post. Did you start it yet? No? Yeah, I guess it is a bit hard to find a retail copy unless you buy online. That's why you should strongly consider The World Ends With You: Solo Remix -- namely, the Android edition of the action-RPG. And if you've already played it, this one'll probably end up being played by you, déjà vu-ooh-ooh!
This edition packs additional music tracks and social gaming elements for players on the go, as well as redrawn artwork, touch mechanics reworked for a phone or tablet screen, and HD display support. This is probably the best the game has ever looked. Plus, you get the entire 60-song soundtrack. You're gonna want the soundtrack. With melodies like rays of light that pierce the languid darkness of the UG, those tracks are the beacon that will lead you out of the labyrinth.
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