Headache-inducing electronic and rock music, complemented by the incessant sound of your guns being fired. It’s enough to drive you to distraction.
Gungrave G.O.R.E looks cool, boasting cinematic style to spare. Environments looks rather nice, too, though some are a mite samey.
Shooting, melee attacks, dodging, special abilities, a combo counters - all of the hallmarks of an action game are there, but the action is anodyne.
A lengthy campaign that’s stretched far too thin across its 14+ hour runtime, Gungrave G.O.R.E unfortunately gets very wearisome, very fast.
Numerous progression milestones share the list with the standard 'do this 500 times', 'use that 100 times' achievements. Perfectly ok.