Standalone game based on the Warcraft 3 mod NotD. Early access still, but quite fun when it's working.
Here's a clip of the 'Bunker Mode' which is more of a traditional horde mode where you defend a spot. The normal mode is more of a mobile survival game of scrounging supplies. I prefer it over bunker mode, but not enough people were playing the other modes.
Played some more of this and can definitely say it's well done for what it is. Just a solidly done, touch control isometric MOBA that is F2P with a similar F2P model as LoL. Currently there is a deal for $20 to unlock every champ/hero. I might bite on it. Production values seem good on the game so far.
We've been having a blast the few times we've had enough on to play. Game is half price today, and picking up the game AND all the DLC is under $20. (game itself is only $5 for just last stand, get it)
who is Hiden and why does he get all the spoilers?
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Spoiler for Hiden:
whether he lives or dies, he'd be dead by now, it was almost 100 years ago i understand your concern, but it always amazes me that people are fine with people killing people and people dying, put not animals. my sister can watch the most blood full and violent movies if they are all people, but if an animal even gets scared she turns it off. seems odd. Death is death, it should all suck, right?
Picked this up with the 50% off Steam Sale and was pleasantly surprised. It's a Square Enix gmae that will eventually be F2P, but the packs are 50% off right now and give 100% cash value in currency plus other bonuses as well as access to closed beta.
It's a third person shooter with humans vs vampires set in the Legacy of Kain universe. Overall feel is very good so far, responsive and decent hit detection. Playing the first vampire class gives a feel similar to playing as an alien in Aliens vs Predator imo. They can climb up walls and pounce long distances. Looks like they have avoided all P2W aspects completely thankfully. Cash just buys things more quickly and skins, and you earn money at a fair rate anyway. You also get some skins and items at various levelling milestones. You can pay to unlock classes early, but you also get a class token every 5 levels so you get them eventually for free.
Overall I'm very glad I too the chance and can recommend to anyone that enjoys a faster paced shooter with a unique feel. There is quite a bit of customization for each class with more on the way.
Just be careful, if you buy one pack or get a free beta invite, Steam gets confused on the packs and you can't upgrade later. I made that mistake. bought the cheap pack when it was 75% off then realized how good the game was and wanted the pack with more stuff and now it's sitting in my inventory with me unable to open it since it's flagged as the game and not DLC. Thankfully I've been told Steam will fix this eventually, just waiting on my ticket.
tldr: game good, buy it, buy the $50 pack for $25 if you're interested, because you can't upgrade later through steam with discount. (you can upgrade through them, but no discount)
any game with multiplayer, I'd much rather everyone be on equal footing with regard to graphical quality and performance. Player without shadows for example, means you can't hide in them. It's bullshit in competitive games.
I'm currently on normal and middleweight. next time through I'll bump up difficulty. Plan on going through each weight class at least once
game definitely has some glaring flaws, but is a ton of fun. Don't think I'd like to play against random people though, there are a few exploits I think playing with friends and gentleman's rules would fix.