SHADOWGUN LEGENDS - FPS PvP and Coop Shooting Game


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SHADOWGUN LEGENDS - FPS PvP and Coop Shooting Game

If you love some shooter action, but like a little shower of RPG in there, then it’s time to suit up and get ready for some alien contest. The neon-lit innermost hub is a hive of activity, with a bar, stores, a casino, and lots of sheltered characters who can give you missions.

You can fulfill missions to burgle gear, sell it to buy more gear, and build up your abilities and reputation as a tough space mercenary. The struggle is distracted, there’s a refined amount of customization on offer, and you can also take on co-op missions with other troupe or test your guts in real-time PvP arenas. This is perhaps the best sci-fi shooter in the Play Store right now.

Shadowgun Legends (Free) from MADFINGER Games is lastly here after what turned out to be a long improvement and beta period. If you’re not familiar with the series, it revolves around a group of professional soldiers called Shadowguns who hunt down and kill aliens called “The Torment” who came from an unfamiliar place and for an unfamiliar reason.

It’s all very Gears of War, which the earlier 2 games in the series clearly drew encouragement from, being third-person shooters. Legends’ contest plays out in first-person view.

I’m really going to spend very little time talking about the tradition of the series or the specifics of it as it seems fairly insignificant even to MADFINGER Games. The story and wisdom really only appears in loading screens and quest logs. There are no cutscenes or really anything that brings you into the story in a consequential way. There are characters, sort of, but they really are just accumulation in the form of people.

But I deviate, aside from the lack of any real narrative, the game does have a very brawny Destiny or Halo vibe and the core concept feels very familiar for somebody who has played either series. This is in no way a awful thing. In fact, that particular formula works very well in a mobile label. So how does it all toil in practice?

You originally find yourself dropped into the central hub. The hub describes several businesses, each having their own NPC that governs it. There’s a bar, an region for dropping into PvP, a weapon superstore, armor shop, cosmetic shop, and even a casino.

As soon as I dropped into the hub, I was bashed by the graphics. This game describes very strong graphics cosmetically, but as the motion on-screen gets quicker, you understand some of the flaws in the graphics but none are too hoarse. I had no stutters or delay on my iPhone X.

The first thing you’ll observe once you start completing missions is the emphasis on “Fame”. Fame fundamentally acts as points that define your global ranking.

Make it into the top 20% and little camera drones will congregate you when you first hit the hub and an declaration will be made to all in your local hub of your presence. This is not inadequate to just fame but also PvP ranking as well.

As you complete quests and other tasks you will earn fame, which progressively moves you up the rankings.

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