Attack on Titan surprised me. I am more used to licensed properties, especially those in the anime world, being sub-par at best. Shingeki no Kyojin destroyed that expectation, stomped it into oblivion, then chewed on the remains. Serious, intense, fast, and incredibly challenging at times, Attack on Titan really shines when you are swinging from one side of a map to the other in the hopes of rescuing a comrade in distress. Though the Epilogue introduces a horrible looking and frankly dumb new titan, it still provides some good after-action, well, action. Playing through some of the side/survey missions actually helps flesh out the anime and manga quite well and when you experience all three mediums, you have a rich, clear picture of what the world of Attack on Titan is like. With its brilliant use of omni-directional maneuver gear, faithful video game adaptation of a beloved story, and subtle use of creative license, Attack on Titan on PlayStation 4 is a game of titanic proportions while staying grounded in its original source material.