5 Neon Genesis Evangelion Games You’ve Never Heard Of
It’s certain that a number of good games are based on Neon Genesis Evangelion, as it is so well-respected. These games, despite not having English translations, are well worth the effort. This is a strange group, with everything from pre-apocalyptic dating simulators to mega-mech battles. Shinji Ikari will be in the middle of some action, that’s all that is certain.
1. Neon Genesis Evangelion (1997)
Exclusively released for the Nintendo 64 after the phenomenal success of the television series, Neon Genesis Evangelion lets players step into the story.
2. Neon Genesis Evangelion: Girlfriend Of Steel (1997)
You don’t want the underlying themes of Evangelion to be too subtle for you. Girlfriend Of Steel is an interactive novel that focuses on Shinji Ikari and her love life. This game introduces a new character, which takes the traditional love triangle and adds an element of chaos.
3. Misato Katsuragi’s Reporting Plan (2009
It’s a strange, but fun game. This title was released exclusively for PS3 in 2009. It is more an application than a video game. The news is read by Misato, a 3D rendered Misato. You can scroll through the menus or listen to the information being relayed. The selected classic pieces from the series or films work well as background music.
4. Evangelion: Jo (2009)
Rebuild of Evangelion’s equivalent to the Nintendo 64 title, Evangelion : Jo allows the player to jump back into the action with a slightly different storyline. It’s an enjoyable game for all ages, with enhanced graphics and a more immersive soundtrack.
5. Shinji and Good Friends (1999).
Shinji and Good Friends have you covered if the world of terrifying technology and world-ending robotics isn’t your thing. In this solitaire simulation, Gendo is the King and Misato the Queen. You don’t have to stop the destruction of everything. All you need is to clear the board.