In this article, we will take a look at Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late[st] and provide some valuable information on whether it’s worth your money or not.
Learn more about UNIEL and how it stacks up to other similar games below.
What Is Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late[st]?
For those unfamiliar with the name, Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late[st] is an anime fighter developed by French Bread.
There are a variety of similar games out there, such as BlazBlue and Guilty Gear Xrd, so UNIEL particularly has a lot to contend with.
What we noticed, to begin with, is how this game stands out graphically. The focus on anime graphics is pushed even harder with UNIEL than it is in other similar games. The graphics are complemented with a great soundtrack.
How Under Night In-Blue Exe: Late[st] Compares To Other Fighters
There are a few comparisons we can make to games like BlazBlue.
To start with, let’s talk about the characters. Under Night In-Blue Exe: Late[st] has a total of 20 different characters at the moment, and more may be added in the future.
The majority of these are returning characters from a previous game in the franchise, but we also have the addition of a number of new characters. One such weapon is Mika, a smaller character with powerful close quarter hits. We then have Phonon, a character which wields a whip that can be used to attack opponents from range. We also get Wagner and Enkidu, characters seen previously, but only on console.
Enkidu works great as a beginner character, thanks to his easy move set and special moves. Wagner, on the other hand, holds a sword and a shield and is aimed at those a little more experienced.
When it comes to fighting in UNIEL, there are a number of gameplay mechanics that make it stand out from the crowd. In each fight, there’s a grid in between both players that can be filled as players fight. If a player fills up the grid more than their enemy, they’ll be given access to a number of special abilities and tools to turn the fight in their favor.
When it comes to multiplayer, UNIEL offers an interesting experience, but it doesn’t quite stack up to the likes of BlazBlue, Dragon Ball FighterZ, and Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2. It has a fairly decent experience, but netcode is a little less than impressive and you aren’t given any challenges or unlockables to work towards.
Where UNIEL shines is in its singleplayer offering. You’re given an in-depth tutorial mode, a mission mode, and a huge story mode called Chronicle.
If you’re new to the series, the tutorial mode is a great place to start. After that, the story mode will give you a good couple dozen hours, and after that, you have access to the challenges within mission mode to keep things interesting for longer.
Should You Buy Under Night In-Blue Exe: Late[st]?
If you enjoy playing fighting games, especially those within the anime fighting niche, you’ll enjoy Under Night In-Blue Exe: Late[st]. You’ll get the most out of the game if you’re more of a casual player.
The singleplayer is where UNIEL really stands out, and the multiplayer offers a good experience if you enjoy the singleplayer content. If you’re a diehard fighting game player, chances are you’ll prefer the multiplayer experience from other games.
Thanks for reading our review on Night In-Birth Exe: Late[st]. We hope this review has helped you to decide whether to pick up the game or not.