You are Aragami, a vengeful spirit with the power to control the shadows. You’ve been summoned by Yamiko, a girl imprisoned in the city fortress of Kyuryu. Embark on a dark journey full of blood and secrets to discover the truth about Aragami PC.
Infiltrate the occupied city of Kyuryu with your supernatural powers and fight Light with Shadow. Uncover a story about twin souls bound together by destiny that surpasses time and memory.
Aragami is also available on PS4.
Altogether, its daft enemy AI and some wonky camera controls can’t bring down this phenomenal stealth experience. Aragami is pure eye candy with its feudal Japan-inspired visual style, which perfectly complements its unique and engaging shadow concept.
Aragami is one of the best stealth games we've seen lately, which will satisfy fans of the genre. However just be prepared to spend some quite hard times with some more "action" moments.
Despite some obvious limitations caused by tight budget Aragami is a surprisingly good, challenging stealth game. [13/2016, p.42]
Lince Works' debut game is a solid proposition for enthusiasts of stealth genre. Aragami is not some kind of an amazing diamond in the sea of indie titles, but offers a complete experience and interesting shadow-hopping for about ten hours.
Great old fashioned stealth built on a wonky, badly optimised game engine.
Great stealth adventure that benefits from a funny game mechanics of making shadows and their movement hides under the cover of stylish graphic design. Pity of such primitive enemy AI, the final experience could be even better.
Above-average idea is brought down by flawed technical state and below-average combination of a few design ideas. The result can catch you with its with visuals, but its flaws could push you into a psychotic outburst. [Issue #269]