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    So the articles moderator failed again, as usual. Either he (I think his name is Kabash) doesn’t know what moderating is, or he just doesn’t care, as long as he gets paid in gems and free games. Not only is he approving articles that are complete nonsense, with broken English, horrendous grammar and absolutely false information, but he also disrespects others by rejecting good articles for “reasons” only he is familiar with. And last but not least, he knowingly approves “copied” articles. If a member can’t make a proper English sentence in forum and then gets his article approved, you know something is off. And read articles more carefully, most of the time they include hints that the text is copied.

    The reason for this post is Visty. He just had two of his articles approved. But the sad thing is, they are copied. It pains me to use Visty as an example, I’ve known about this for a while and didn’t want to report him, I actually wanted him to scam the site for as much money as possible, but when one gets special treatment, you get salty.

    Proof: Original text, Google translated from Persian to English:

    https://bazimag.com/review/10867-my-time-at-portia-review

    “You are in the role of a person who determines his genesis and then shapes his image; the character traveled to Portia to begin his new life on a piece of land owned by his father that is in ruins. Your mission is to return the farm or the same workshop to your former glory and do not make it easy. There are several other people in Portia who will compete with you and will not be able to easily place the first position among the workshops.”

    Visty’s text:

    https://gamehag.com/news/review-with-visty--my-time-at-portia

    “At first, you are in the role of a person who you can determine (his/her) gender and then shapes his face, your character traveled to Portia to begin his new life on a piece of land owned by his father that is now just a ruin. Your mission is to return the farm or the same workshop to its former glory and do not think it will be easy! There are several other people in Portia who will compete with you and you will not be able to easily place the first position among the workshops.”

    The rest of the text is the same. Just put the original in Google translate. And here’s the other article:
    https://bazimag.com/review/8643-lost-sphear-review
    https://gamehag.com/news/review-with-visty--lost-sphear2

    I’ve tried two more (This is the Police 2 and Guacamelee 2) and they fit, so I assume the rest of his articles are copied from this site too. Guacamelee 2 was the one where I knew something was fishy; he messed up the main character’s name (Khoan – Juan). So if you want to be heard, say something and demand a change.

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    Commented subject Review: Blazing Angels.
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    Blazing Angels is a flight combat video game developed by Ubisoft Bucharest and published by Ubisoft in 2006.


    GRAPHICS & MUSIC

    Initial impression is overwhelming. You can see that the game was primarily developed for Xbox 360; the details and effects are at full display, the next generation graphics jumps right out of the screen. In the sky, as if it was painted with oil colors, dozen airplanes fly around, shoot adversaries release debris and smoke. Even the ground looks nice with destroyed houses and ships. With thousands of houses lined up in London, full fleets at Midway, chaotic air raid on Pearl Harbor, glare of the sun... Wonderful. However, it is true that the image don’t hold up when you take a closer look, since the vehicles on the ground are the same as if you’d cute them out of cardboard, bombs don’t make holes in the ground, aircraft are not detailed enough, etc. Even music is, though orchestrally magnificent, uninspired and repetitive, while the screaming of enemies over the radio quickly becomes irritating. It gets tiring when you have to listen to an enemy pilot saying the same thing with weak accents.

    GAMEPLAY

    The same could be said for the campaign. In it you lead a group of four elite pilots: you and three wingmen. There is no story or cutscenes, and no engagement on the side of the Germans or Japanese. You play through eighteen missions, which take you from London in 1940 to Pearl Harbor and the Pacific Ocean (Midway), later to North Africa, Paris and Berlin. But who cares about logic and narrative – important thing is that we shoot Axis enemy forces! And that's exactly what we're doing, because Blazing Angels is pure-blooded arcade. You just have to point your plane, which never head of Newton’s law, towards the enemy and press buttons for machine gun or secondary weapons (bombs, rockets, torpedoes).



    A few hits will take down even the toughest. Doesn’t matter if it’s a plane, bomber, plane carrier, tank or hangar. Joined with spectacular image, this should suffice. But, unfortunately, the developers have poor experience in game planning, because objectives during missions were planned by a bunch of drunks. The more you progress, the more you get tired of same enemy waves and meaningless goals. There are long and boring dogfights, where you routinely fly around enemies with no artificial intelligence. There are missions where you, for example, have to destroy fighters before they take off. You push the throttle but you’re not fast enough. Boy, you sure are incompetent. But it doesn’t matter because the objectives change. Now you have to destroy anti-aircraft guns. Press turbo again and fly to the other end of the map. Well, forget it. Now the bombers are in danger! This gets harder because you usually get a plane that doesn’t fit your mission.

    One of the main culprits for this chaos is limited action. There’s no radar, lock-on works only on closest target or objective and the four orders to your wingmen are almost useless because you can only give them general order (attack, defend…), their special abilities are too strong, you can heal yourself whenever you want (you only get lower rank after mission ends).

    There’s even multiplayer with standard options. Split screen, dogfight (similar to deathmatch), seek & destroy (winner is the one who destroys the most marked targets) and aces high (all against one ace). You can even play in teams.

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