What's that, you say? There's already been a proper Attack on Titan game? Well, that is technically true, and Atlus USA even brought it to English-speaking shores as Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains. Unfortunately, that title was a bit "meh", and ironically trapped on the 3DS, a rather small platform for a premise that entirely involves chopping the hell out of a bunch of really big dudes.
That's why I'm kind of stoked that Omega Force, masters of Dynasty Warriors and many other licensed brawlers, are taking a crack at the franchise next year, with an Attack on Titan game set for appropriately titanic platforms, namely the PS4 and PS3. There's little more than a teaser to go by, but I'm hoping that they can break from their Musou-fueled mode with this one and find a way to do the show's signature 3D-maneuver combat justice. After all, the essence of fighting in Attack on Titan isn't about slaughtering thousands of puny minions but about using finesse, speed, and lots of righteous anger to take down one big target.