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    22 december 2019 12:14

    Honestly a decent game, though i saw better on this site.

    22 december 2019 23:50

    This is a freemium game review, in which we give our impressions immediately after booting a game up, again after three days, and finally after seven days. That's what the strange sub-headings are all about. Click on the links to jump straight to day three and day seven.

    Heroes War is a name that will set many a writer's teeth on edge.

    Either this is a game about a war containing more than one hero, in which case the title works but reads awkwardly, or it's supposed to be called Hero's War - or even Heroes' War - but the developer doesn't have a firm grasp of apostrophes.

    As for the game itself, that's something you and I will explore together over the next week, as I check in with you every few days to reveal whether or not I'm having any fun.

    27 december 2019 18:08

    Okay, Heroes War, it turns out that what you're offering is, in a way, a war of many heroes. I still don't like the title, but it does at least make sense.
    But I'm not sure that the gameplay makes any sense.

    Heroes War is the Active Time Battle of the modern Final Fantasy games, without the emphasis on plot to join the fights up. There are still story beats, played out in lifeless text between missions, but it's all very skippable.

    There's also no need to womble around a lovingly crafted universe - you just choose which mission you want to go on next, enter a scrap, and come out the other side.

    For me, a large part of the fun of role-playing games is exploring a hand-crafted universe. Hitting an enemy with a sword and watching him bleed numbers is all very well, but I want to feel like I'm inhabiting the world, and not just doing sums in it.

    It's also basic in terms of presentation. Attack visuals lack impact, character models are okay but don't move with any real sophistication, and the music is forgettable electro-tinged urban stuff. The sound effects are wonderful, though, and add heft to each blow you land.

    Day 3: Squall about the money
    It's only when you get into the rhythm of Heroes War that the payment walls start to become noticeable.

    For one thing, each of your characters has a finite amount of Energy. This recharges over time, but since each battle you join takes a portion of energy as payment for access, it's quickly used up. So if you're keen to keep playing, you'll fork out cash to recharge your characters.

    Each character can be allocated equipment, too, and again there's an economy here. Items should be upgraded whenever possible so that you deal maximum damage and feel as invulnerable as possible, but it'll cost you Gold to do so.

    You can find new equipment in dungeon runs that feature multiple consecutive battles, but there's a cooldown period before you can try running them again.

    These dungeons also work on a risk and r

    27 december 2019 18:08

    Honestly a decent game, very good game to play while yo have much time

    2 january 2020 00:47

    Honestly a good game veryt game, though i saw good items

    2 january 2020 00:48

    eh its not that bad good tbh after all

    2 january 2020 21:48

    nez game looks good bear wine still played well but will be interesting ...

    12 january 2020 19:12

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