Neo: The World Ends With You - Review | Gaming Instincts (2023)

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RELEASE DATE: July 27, 2021 (PS4 & Switch), 2021 (PC)

DEVELOPER: h.a.n.d. Inc.

PUBLISHER: Square Enix

MSRP: $59.99

ESRB: T for Teen

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The World Ends With You was that special, out of nowhere RPG that just blows away the competition. It’s one of those games you always say ‘This game should really get a sequel’ but then late at night you lie awake thinking how there is no way you could ever recapture the magic of a game like that. When they finally did announce that after 13 years the game would finally be getting a sequel, Neo: The World Ends With You, I had no idea what to think. The DS touch mechanics of the first game were no longer viable and as the Nintendo Switch release reminded me, not quite as enjoyable as I remembered, and the game would be switch to a 3d art style built using Unity.

As Neo booted up, catchy music and the game’s signature anime style drew me in, and again I thought, there is no way this game can deliver an experience that satisfies in the way the original did. None of that was the actual game though, just the expectation that expectation can never live up to reality. That was when the game started, both the Reaper’s Game and Neo: The World Ends With You, and all those doubts were a thing of the past. Neo offers an experience that players of the first game will be familiar with and new players can easily pick up. The 20 hours into your exploration of the streets of Shibuya will still feel fresh and exciting.

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Welcome To The Reaper’s Game (Story)

If there is one extremely minor criticism I should lodge early on, it is that Neo draws from a lot of the story beats that the first game used. Similar to the original protagonist Neku, our new protagonist Rindo finds himself walking through Shibuya when he enters the Reaper’s Game with little to no provocation. This matters later to the narrative since, as the name implies, this is some form of afterlife that the main cast has no idea how they stumbled into it.

Unlike in the original, Rindo is not alone in the UG since his best friend Fret enters it alongside. This time around the game has changed, no longer focusing on the bond between two characters and instead focusing on a team of players attempting to gain points to ultimately win the game. The winning team gets their wishes granted and as the wildcard new team in the mix everybody, both players and reapers, are excited to see what they bring to the table. This fight to reach the first place and escape this game of survival forms the crux of everything the player will do as each mission is framed as a day in the week-long Reapers’ Game.

The game boasts an eclectic and bizarre cast of characters the player will meet along the way. Since the game has long chucks of static exposition presented through character images and comic style paneling it doesn’t hurt that both the voice acting (I am referring to the English VO) and the characters are phenomenal. While arguable not on the level of say Persona, each actor brought a level flair to their characters that it is never a chore to listen to all that banter. The only sin the game commits on this front is having too many moments in which this dialog is not voiced. Make no mistake, plenty of it is, but even one scene unvoiced is too many when the many goofy faces of Negi or the intimidating muscle flex of Susukichi don’t have their voices to perfectly accompany them.

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Similar to death itself, the game presents its cast in shades of gray. Take for instance the Reapers that run the Reapers’ game. Interactions with them can always be expected to be a source of amusement. These urban outfitted cool kids have no vested interest in the outcome of this game at all. Some are likely to offer your team advice just to buck the status quo, others might explain certain plot points because they can, and all can be expected to end each conversation with snark and condescending. In this world death is just a game and being a reaper is just a job, which brings us to Shoka, who firmly establishes herself as the best girl from the moment she calls the team “losers”. Listening to her constantly complain about following your team because it’s her job is somehow the most relatable thing I can think of.

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The Rhythm And Beats Of The Shibuya Streets (Visuals & Audios)

Unity is not the usual engine for a game like this. Honestly, with Square Enix using the Unreal Engine 4 more and more in-house I am surprised it isn’t also being implemented on projects such as Neo. While Square Enix is not developed properly, it is their franchise to have however much control they might want over it. Now, I have no problem with the Unity engine but anybody doing a quick search of its most well-known titles will see a big difference between what it is commonly used for and a major JRPG title. What’s more shocking is that the finished product does not at first glance envoke the idea it was built with unity.

Neo: The World Ends With You, similar to many JRPGs lacks polish in its environments, such as textures. The game, however, deploys a static camera that moves along with your character from fixed points, allowing for most of these imperfections within the environment to seem less intrusive on the experience. Though this also sometimes has the converse effect of making navigation a chore. Since the game often has you backtracking then re-backtracking through set areas, you should quickly become acclimated with the world. Why by your tenth hour in the game it would not be shocking if you can navigate blindfolded. For me, I never minded the backtracking, but I could see how that might become annoying to some.

Literally every character in a Square Enix game that has Tetsuya Nomura involved in it everybody looks like they belong in some kinda pop idol group. The difference between say Final Fantasy, Or if anybody remembers The Bouncer, is that this franchise was built around music. Characters invoke these types, like idols, rappers, punk rockers, and so on, and the soundtrack backs their identity up. From the second the game starts if the soundtrack doesn’t hook you then you must be insane in the membrane.

The best part about it is how even individual songs have multiple identities. For instance, an earlier song in the game starts with an upbeat pop vocal with a female singer, however not long into the song it breaks into heavy metal, super loud hook. It reminded me almost of any number of tracks from the Japanese band Maximum The Hormone. And the game continues with this feeling in mind through every song. Sometimes the music transitions from punk rock into rap, others it is pop into rock, but never is it boring. Of course, some music doesn’t transition and simply offers one catchy tune throughout. Additionally, it elevates the combat of the game – as a good soundtrack always should. Each track is collectible from shops as you progress through the game, so your favorite song is usually never more than a menu screen away.

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Pin It To Win It (Gameplay & Combat)

The World Ends With You never took a traditional approach to the idea of combat. In fact, combat is mostly an optional affair in Shibuya. Yes throughout the story you will be forced to fight enemies and bosses it is pretty easy to avoid fights while wandering the street. Rindo and the gain use an ability to sense Noise (as the enemies are called) and can both read people’s thoughts in this mode as well as engage in combat with enemies on the map. Quick moving players can chain up to five Noise emblems together for back-to-back fights that offer more rewards. And like players might expect, defeating enemies gains you experience that will level your team up.

This is where Neo: The World Ends With You flips that concept on its head, however. You really don’t want to level up so that you are stronger, you want to level up so you can get more items in combat. How this works is that the player can choose their level between their highest and level one. With each level, you go down your health decreases but your drop rate raises. Everything from money to combat abilities drop as pins so having these increased numbers should keep players in the money and with plenty of skills for combat to choose from, with any excess being more money in the bank. Similarly, difficulty acts as an in-game mechanic, with higher difficulties offering stronger enemies but rarer pins.

In actuality, the way you will make your characters stronger is by stuffing your face at every restaurant you find. Stopping at restaurants offers the player a range of foods to choose from with each party member having their own preferences of food. These foods have set stats they will increase such as health, attack, defense, and style. In truth even food a character hates will benefit them, but if they like the food they might get a tasty bonus that increases their stat buff further. In truth eating will become a driving force for combat as the core way to decrease how full they are is to fight noise.

The style stat plays into the second-way players will increase their characters, through equipment. Stopping off at the many hip and trendy clothing stores to pick up outfits. Now, these outfits ONLY act to increase stats and do not change appearance. On the one hand, since the characters have such identifiable looks I understand the choice, on the other hand, the outfits all look so cool I would have loved to see customization through equipment. I want… My Rindo… Dressed as a gothic lolita maid… With a rainbow afro! Most outfits also have special skills that can be accessed when your style points hit a high enough level so even if they don’t like the dish keep shoveling in those style stat boosts.

In a game where combat mostly comes down to a choice made by the player, you would hope combat is good. It is not good. No, the combat in The World Ends With you is absolutely amazing. In the beginning, it is simple, easy to pick up. You will understand the combat from the first battle, and you will probably already enjoy it. Soon, however, you will see that what appeared to be a simple concept has a level of mastery you will spend the rest of the game chasing.

Unlike the first game, where Neku used all the pins and his partner Shiki acted as a supporting character, all of the team fights in this game. Pins have associated buttons that dictate the kinds of skills they are. As I explain, keep in mind that my layout was that of the PlayStation 4. For instance, the square button is usually associated with long-range attacks but these can range from shooting power bursts at your enemies to firing a stream of garbage. This button also has bombs that can be placed on the field as well, completely changing the flow of your team comp.

Triangle is associated mostly with close-range slashing abilities, with R1 and L1 being charged throw abilities. Since you have four characters at most you can equip these on those characters however you like. My preference was to go Negi as my long-range and Rindo up close, everybody else switching as I needed them. Uber pins can be placed into the mix as well offering even more diversity as they range from powerful beams to healing, to literal lava pits under enemies. There is also a groove gauge that when characters combo their abilities they will eventually get a powerful attack that uses the affinity of the last major pin attack. Since pins run out of juice and must recharge the balancing act of combing, and holding back characters for just the right moment versus just going all out with everybody is very real.

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All of these abilities mix differently but as I found all can mix. This changes the flow of combat as you test out and try new ability combos to get them just right. Each of these pins can also level up, with several also evolving into a better version of themselves to give improved stats. With over 300 pins to collect before the game ends, you will find that combat is constantly changing, and just like the level system and difficulty, it revolves heavily around player choice. If I have one singular complaint about the pin system, it is that there is no way to create load-outs. Once I started finding solid pin choices I like to switch off to try new stuff forced me to search around when I wanted to go back. There is a recommended list for pins, but in fairness sometimes that list felt like it just picks four random pins to showcase.

Early on Neo felt at times limiting, for instance only being able to store 99,999 yen when that really isn’t much in the grand scheme of the game. But the friendship system acts as a leveling system for the mechanics. While many simply offer more variety in stores you will eventually start to break several caps you previously had. This also incentivizes exploring the relationships between characters around the town.

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Final Verdict

Neo: The World Ends With you is one of the coolest RPGs you will play and not just this year. While the story doesn’t bring anything new to the table when compared to the original, this isn’t always a bad thing. The strongest points with both stories, which lies with the characters deliver in a way that few games do and make becoming invested in their journey easy. The biggest change comes in the flow of combat which has changed from a touch screen swiping combat to a more traditional button association. This change could have been what killed the game, instead, it proves that the franchise absolutely has a life beyond this sequel, and then some.

After years of waiting, Neo: The World Ends With You is everything fans could have hoped for.

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FAQs

Is NEO: The World Ends with You worth it? ›

NEO: The World Ends With You tells a good story, and has exceptional gameplay. Fans of the first game will enjoy it. Newcomers will surely want to hold out over Week 2, but stay for the tunes and the fights. I know I'm certainly glad I did.

What type of game is NEO: The World Ends with You? ›

Neo: The World Ends with You is an action role-playing game co-developed by Square Enix and h.a.n.d. and published by Square Enix. This game is a sequel to the 2007 video game The World Ends with You. It was released for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in July 2021, and for Microsoft Windows in September 2021.

Is NEO: The World Ends with You an RPG? ›

It took thirteen years, but Square Enix's urban fantasy RPG The World Ends with You finally received its much deserved follow-up.

Why was NEO: The World Ends with You recalled? ›

Following an accidental leak of the full retail version of NEO: The World Ends With You, Square Enix is revoking licenses for the game, effectively scrubbing the game from their account until release date.

How many hours of gameplay in neo the world ends with you? ›

When focusing on the main objectives, NEO: The World Ends with You is about 40 Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 104 Hours to obtain 100% completion.

Is Neo The World Ends With You 2 player? ›

The World Ends With You on the DS did not have co-op and neither did the mobile ports. The Switch version of the game did add co-op support, and it was great. It seemed natural that the sequel would have co-op given that there are now four playable characters on screen at one time.

Does Shoka have a crush on Rindo? ›

Shoka smacked by Soul Pulvis after trying to save Rindo. After this, the two are allies, and eventually become good friends. It is possible that Shoka may also have a crush on Rindo, based on her frequently blushing around him.

Why does Rindo wear a mask? ›

The mask is a parallel to the previous protagonist (Neku) wearing a symbolic item on their head to represent an aspect of their personality as a sense of distancing from other people. Specifically, Rindo prefers communicating through texting instead of speaking to other human beings face-to-face.

Is The World Ends with You anime the same as the game? ›

It should also be noted that, as the anime series is an adaptation of the original Japanese version of The World Ends with You, the anime is even more different from the English localization of the game, particularly with how the characters are portrayed.

Is NEO TWEWY like Persona 5? ›

While it's true that there are a handful of comparisons between the two that can be made, The World Ends with You plays very differently than Persona 5. From the brief glimpses shown in the announcement trailer, it looks like NEO: The World Ends with You won't follow a traditional, turn-based JRPG gameplay style.

What's the difference between The World Ends With You and NEO: The World Ends with You? ›

The most obvious change is Neo: The World Ends With You being rendered in 3D instead of 2D. The game is still confined to a set amount of locations inside of Shibuya. It isn't a sprawling open-world game like some other recent Square Enix RPGs. There also isn't a camera system meaning that every angle is predetermined.

How well does NEO: The World Ends with You run on Switch? ›

Overall, NEO: The World Ends With You runs relatively smooth on Switch in docked mode.

Was neo Twewy a flop? ›

NEO: The World Ends With You failed to meet sales expectations, according to Square Enix's latest financial briefing, The sequel to the breakout 2007 Nintendo DS game, The World Ends with You, it contributed to Square Enix's overall lower game sales this year than in the same period last year.

Did Brad Pitt turn down Neo? ›

Brad Pitt turned down the role of Neo in 1999's "The Matrix," a role that went to Keanu Reeves.

Did Will Smith turn down the role of Neo? ›

It impacted my life, personally and creatively. Thank you very much." For his part, Smith has said he eventually doesn't regret the choice to turn down 'The Matrix,' as he thinks Reeves was a more suitable fit for the character than he would've been.

What is the longest game in PS? ›

There is plenty of content to keep players engaged. Farming Simulator 19 is the longest game in PlayStation 4 history, with an average playtime of 143 hours.

Is NEO: The World Ends with You connected to Kingdom Hearts? ›

Despite lots of fan theories saying otherwise, Kingdom Hearts 3 and NEO: The World Ends With You aren't connected to one another.

How do you unlock ultimate mode NEO: The World Ends with You? ›

Easy and Hard are unlocked via progressing through the main game, while Ultimate can be obtained at Shibu-Q Heads after earning (S) Game Cleared and unlocking the Chapter Selection Menu by clearing the main game.

Should I play final remix before Neo? ›

Those who played a prior version of TWEWY and paid attention will be able to figure out what's going on in NEO fairly easily. But players who want to be completely up to speed need to complete Final Remix's A New Day episode first. The new content explicitly bridges the game's events to those of NEO.

Is New World still playable? ›

New World celebrated its first anniversary on September 28, 2022 — and while its servers aren't nearly as bustling as they were at launch, the game still has a thriving community and remains one of the most popular MMORPGs.

Is Neo Twewy touch screen? ›

Unlike the original, which was controlled using a touchscreen, Neo: The World Ends With You has no touch controls whatsoever, even on Switch. You'll be controlling Rindo and his Wicked Twisters using good old fashioned buttons and analog sticks.

How old is Rindo? ›

Rindo Kanade is the 15-year-old main protagonist of NEO: The World Ends With You.

Who is Rindo? ›

Rindo. One of the newest Players in the Reapers' Game, Rindo is a high schooler to whom searching for info on his phone is second nature. He prefers to go with the flow, and although he doesn't go out of his way to interact with others, he won't turn them away if they come to him first.

Who is swallow in neo the world ends with you? ›

They are Rindo's online friend, who he met through the FanGO app. Swallow's identity and gender is unknown – they are represented with an icon of a barn swallow. Swallow's first appearance is when Rindo walks to 104 to meet Fret. They promise to tell Rindo about any nearby rare monsters.

Why did Tsukasa Eishi join Central? ›

Seeing the extent of Sōma's abilities, Eishi immediately developed a desire to have Sōma be his right-hand man in Central. Sōma is flattered by his offer, though he ponders if he would be willing to share the Yukihira Style.

Is Joshua in neo Twewy? ›

Yoshiya Kiryu (桐生 義弥, Kiryū Yoshiya), nicknamed Joshua (ヨシュア, Yoshua), is a major character in The World Ends with You and a playable character. He is Neku Sakuraba's second partner in the Reapers' Game during its second week. Joshua also has a small role in NEO: The World Ends with You.

Does Rindo like Tsukasa? ›

Whether she criticizes Eishi's nervous behaviour and tries desperately to make him more assertive or just playfully talks to him, Rindo shows that she deeply cares for Tsukasa, even aiming to become the second seta simply because she knew he wanted the first.

Is there a last game anime? ›

Last Game Vol. 1 (original black and white edition) will be released for the first time in print in North America in May 2023 for $14.99 USA / $18.99 CAN, with the series available in single large-trim editions. An ebook edition will also be available on digital platforms.

What does Twewy stand for? ›

The World Ends with You.

How many copies did The World Ends with You sell? ›

The first-week physical sales of The World Ends with You's Nintendo Switch port was 14,216 copies (4gamer.net). Although the sequel sold more than the port version of the previous game, 28,047 physical copies seems a bit low for a brand-new sequel.

Can you play NEO TWEWY without playing the first game? ›

The short answer: No, you do not need to have played the original The World Ends With You to play NEO. However, you may enjoy NEO's story more if you do, or watch the anime that retells the original's story. Though the main characters are different, there's a lot of revisiting of the first plot.

Does NEO TWEWY have secret reports? ›

Here's where to get them all. Like its predecessor, NEO: The World Ends With You has many things to do even after you complete the game, and one of those things is collecting Secret Reports. These are 24 of them in total and they are counted as part of your Books Collection, but they are not tutorials.

How many days is TWEWY Neo? ›

In the first game, there are twenty-two days total in both the DS and mobile versions, while The World Ends with You: Final Remix adds a twenty-third day. In NEO, there are twenty-four days.

What you need to know before playing NEO: The World Ends with You? ›

10 Things You Should Know Before Starting Neo: The World Ends With You
  • 10/10 The Original Game Was On The DS.
  • 9/10 Nomura Helped Design The Characters.
  • 8/10 A Sequel Wasn't Originally Planned.
  • 7/10 There's An Anime Adaptation Of The First Game.
  • 6/10 NEO Takes Place In The Same Universe As The First Game.
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What is the password NEO: The World Ends with You? ›

The password is: "the river flows swift and clear."

Is Neo Twewy better on Switch or PS4? ›

NEO: The World Ends with You PS4 vs Nintendo Switch graphics

NEO: The World Ends with You looks great on Nintendo Switch for the most part. The 3D gameplay portions on Nintendo Switch, while nice looking handheld (and less so docked), lack good post-processing, so there are a lot of aliased elements.

Is NEO: The World Ends with You 60fps? ›

The Nintendo Switch demo version of NEO: The World Ends with You runs at an unlocked 35fps meaning that it is relatively unstable. The game features dynamic resolution in docked mode which goes as high as 972p docked. Handheld mode is thankfully fixed at 720p.

How do you increase drop rate NEO: The World Ends with You? ›

Chaining multiple noise symbols together to fight a battle with lots of reductions will improve your drop rate significantly. Each symbol chained will add a full x1 multiplier to whatever your current drop rate is.

Why did Neo fail the jump? ›

However, Neo does not go through with this escape plan, as a natural fear of heights kicks in. When Neo makes his first jump he subconsciously harbors those same instincts, which prevents him from succeeding on the first try.

Did Neo lose his memory? ›

The first footage and trailer for the upcoming The Matrix: Resurrections shows that Neo no longer has any memory of who he was or what he did previously, raising big questions as to what happened to make him forget.

Who shot Neku? ›

Unfortunately, Neku gets caught up in a gunfight between Joshua and Sho Minamimoto. After fending Minamimoto off, Joshua kills Neku with a gun, entering him in the Reapers' Game, giving him an additional Player Pin.

What did Agent Smith put inside Neo? ›

In The Matrix, after refusing to cooperate during interrogation by Agents Smith, Brown and Jones, Neo has a bug planted inside his body where the process jarringly played out like a rape; Smith placed the activated bug on the panicked Neo's abdomen as his cohorts held the latter on the table, leaving him helplessly ...

Who was originally asked to play Neo? ›

Neo was to be played by Will Smith (who chose Wild Wild West instead), and Morpheus was to be played by Sean Connery (who chose Entrapment instead). Instead, we got Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fisburne, and movie history was promptly made.

Why didn't Will Smith play Neo in The Matrix? ›

The actor famously turned down the part of Neo (eventually played by Keanu Reeves) in the groundbreaking 1999 sci-fi film because he didn't share the filmmakers' vision. Instead he opted for Wild Wild West, which became one of the biggest flops of his career.

What happened when Smith assimilated Neo? ›

Because Agent Smith has assimilated the anomaly (Neo), he is now directly connected to the Source through Neo and the machines are able to destroy all copies of his programming and reboot the Matrix without errors.

Is World's End Club worth it? ›

Word's End

World's End Club isn't a bad game, yet it's not a good one either. It has a great deal that could have made for a compelling experience. However this is marred by some simplistic – yet – frustrating puzzle design, and a weak narrative.

Is NEO: The World Ends with You like Persona 5? ›

While it's true that there are a handful of comparisons between the two that can be made, The World Ends with You plays very differently than Persona 5. From the brief glimpses shown in the announcement trailer, it looks like NEO: The World Ends with You won't follow a traditional, turn-based JRPG gameplay style.

Is NEO: The World Ends with You a remaster? ›

Review: 'NEO: The World Ends With You' Not a remaster or a reissue, NEO is a genuine sequel to the hit 2007 Japanese RPG that cast you and your friends as fashionable Tokyo kids battling for your lives in a strange alternate world.

What is the age rating for World's End Club? ›

What's more, it's not hard at all to see why it misses: it feels like a watered-down version of its creators' other games. Just have to look at the ESRB rating: it's rated T, whereas games like Zero Escape and Danganronpa had well-deserved M ratings.

How many endings does World's End club have? ›

There are two different endings, the first and the true, but you should be aiming to get to the true ending.

Is World's End club dark? ›

World's End Club, previously called Death March Club, is one of the darkest games I've played so far on Apple Arcade. It's packed with twists and turns right from the beginning. If you're an anime fan, definitely check it out.

Which Persona 5 ending is canon? ›

From the start, the Phantom Thieves had one goal: to change the world. By freeing the world from the clutches of Yaldabaoth, Joker and his friends accomplished that goal, making this the true, canonical ending of Persona 5.

What rank do you need akechi for true ending? ›

In order to get the true ending in Persona 5 Royal you need to do the following: Reach Confidant rank 9 with Takuto Maruki (Councillor) by Nov. 18. Reach Confidant rank 8 with Goro Akechi (Justice) by Nov.

Is it hard to get the true ending in Persona 5 Royal? ›

Reaching the Persona 5 Royal true ending means making the right choices at the right time, planning your activities carefully, and meeting some strict deadlines. It takes a bit of effort, but the reward is more than just seeing some new ending scenes.

Will The World Ends With You be in Kingdom Hearts 4? ›

But Nomura confirmed in an interview with Famitsu (as reported by Polygon) that these locations are two separate entities, so it seems that a crossover with The World Ends With You isn't in the cards for Kingdom Hearts 4.

What to do after beating NEO: The World Ends with You? ›

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  1. 5/5 Unlock Ultimate Difficulty.
  2. 4/5 Replay The Main Story To Collect What You Missed.
  3. 3/5 Go Shopping.
  4. 2/5 Boss Rematches And Report Gathering.
  5. 1/5 Take On Another Day.
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Is Kingdom Hearts a crossover of Final Fantasy? ›

From the beginning, Kingdom Hearts was built on a crossover between Disney and Square Enix. Final Fantasy and animated Disney characters were interwoven throughout the game, appearing in all manner of locations.

What's the difference between The World Ends with You and NEO: The World Ends with You? ›

The most obvious change is Neo: The World Ends With You being rendered in 3D instead of 2D. The game is still confined to a set amount of locations inside of Shibuya. It isn't a sprawling open-world game like some other recent Square Enix RPGs. There also isn't a camera system meaning that every angle is predetermined.

How much did NEO: The World Ends with You sell? ›

The company booked net sales of 168.9 billion yen, an operating income of 29.1 billion yen, an ordinary income of 31.4 billion yen, and a net income attributable to parent company shareholders of 22.9 billion yen in the first half of the fiscal year 2022/2023.

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