‘Soul Hackers 2’ review: Dazzling visuals and an outstanding story

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The classic Japanese role-playing game lives on in all its turn-based glory through Atlus, the company that gave us the “Shin Megami Tensei” franchise and “Persona” and the highly underrated “Tokyo Mirage Sessions.” And now Atlus is back with another JRPG in “Soul Hackers 2.” And here, Atlus aims to evolve and streamline its classic JRPG formula. The resulting game play faster than you’re used to (once it gets going, of course), even though at times it almost feels too streamlined. Still, there’s plenty of fun to be had here, and the story holds your attention. This is also one of the most vis…

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