Connect with us

Game Review

BattleBit Remastered Review: The Future Of Low-Poly Games

Were you aware of the fact that Low-Poly indie games can even beat the mega gaming industries?

Avatar

Published

on

BattleBit’s Remastered is a Low-Poly Fps(First Person Shooter) Game with mechanics similar to Battlefield. Its Graphics remind me of Minecraft.

I think for small indie developers, making a game like this is an award-winning work. The mechanics will remind you of many Gaming Biggies.

Who Is Making BattleBit Remastered?

BattleBit Remastered is developed and is developing by a small indie-developers team including 3 members:

  • MrOkiDoki – Lead Developer and Programmer.
  • Vilaskis – Level Designer, Level 3D Artist.
  • TheLiquidHorse – Weapon, Vehicle and Armor 3D Artist.

Don’t Judge This Banger By BattleBit’s Graphics:

Its graphics remind me of Roblox and Minecraft. Generally, it looks more like a one-ad mobile game with no good features ahead but you are surely missing something wonderful.

The graphics style may not be everyone’s favorite but in terms of mechanics and gameplay, this game is a huge market changer.

I think for small indie developers, making a game like this is an award-winning work. The mechanics will remind you of many Gaming Biggies.

System Requirements & Gameplay Smoothness:

The developers think of making a super smooth game for the best user experience and lag-free gameplay. The game requires a very low-end CPU & GPU because of its low graphics.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Processor: Intel Core i5-2310 or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics Card: Geforce GTS 450 or equivalent or better

Recommended Requirements:

  • Processor: Intel Core i5 4th Generation and above
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics Card: Geforce GTX 600 Series or equivalent or better

Customizable Huge Guns Loadout:

BattleBit Remastered has some huge guns loadout of more than 35 weapons. It gives you the option of personalizing both your loadout and your soldier. You can personalize your soldier in the same way that you would customize your weapon.

Be aware that the bag you’re wearing will have an impact on your loadout.

Shape The Game As You Want:

The developers added a destructive effect to nearly everything on the map. Buildings, bunkers, and skyscrapers are affected by your doings. Let’s see what kind of Hakuna!! Matata!!! The world you can create.

Similar Ui to Battlefield 3 & 4:

If you are a regular Battlefield player and player BF 3 & 4 you will get quite familiar with the game mechanics quickly. Along with it, you’ll find casual and hardcore matches, and a shooting range to practice and try out all the weapons and perfect attachments.

Communication Is The Key!

Teamwork and Communication are the two main components of any Video Game especially when its main aspect is conquering the land and achieving victory. So you have to communicate and sync with your teammates to achieve the lead.

It also features in-game VOIP for players to use.

Apart from communicating with your teammates, you can also communicate with your enemies. Better not to prank them by doing a team up and …….. at the end. Haha!!!

Do I hear Specializations?

Yes, you have heard right. BattleBit Remastered includes different specializations. Each specialization has its gadgets and functions. Better to keep yourself aware of all of them.

  • Assault
  • Medic
  • Engineer
  • Support
  • Recon

Land, Water & Air:

In BattleBit, not only land soldiers and equipment are capable of fighting but air force and naval assets can also bring some massive destruction.

Crush your enemies by helicopters and vehicle arsenal into dust. 

What are your thoughts on this Big Banger? Will it change the perspective of Graphics seekers or will it be nothing more than a flop in the gaming industry?

Share your thoughts!

ALSO READ: BattleBit Remastered: How Much Will It Cost?

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Game Review

Duelyst 2 Review

A complete look at Duelyst 2! Is it worth it?

John Alano

Published

on

duelytst 2 review

Duelyst II is a digital collectible card game and turn-based strategy game that Counterplay Games initially published. The game revolves around fighting on a 5×9 battlefield and beating the opposing generals. Generals will start the game with a maximum of 25 health points and will begin with two attack power. Per turn, generals can use cards to summon minions, use spells, and equip artifacts.

duelytst 2 review2

These cards cost mana core, and the mana bar will be refreshed at the beginning of each turn. Also, players can gain up to a maximum of 9 cores by taking control of one of the three mana tiles on the board. There are over 300 cards in the game, and each of them has unique effects.

duelytst 2 review3

Duelyst II reminds me of Final Fantasy Tactics, which I considered a good strategic game that was released in 1997. The game’s graphics are pretty average, but the combat system makes Duelyst II enjoyable. It involves taking board control in the early game to unleash your card combos in the mid to late game.

There are some RNGs involved, but skill and good cards matter here. However, anyone who supports their Kickstarter project or spends money has a massive advantage in card optimization Overall, this game is good for players interested in a competitive strategic-based game with complex card systems. Casual players might not like this, but hardcore fans would definitely play it.

Our Verdict & Score

Duelyst 2

John Alano

Visuals
Gameplay & Combat
Content
Story
Replayability

Summary

The Duelyst 2 is a fan-made version of the original game. The devs got the whole game for free and tweaked some things to make the game exciting. The card system in the game makes it complex enough for beginners and advanced players alike. The whole gameplay and combat are fun and could be frustrating if you’re not into a strategic game. Overall, this game has a lot of potentials and could be one of the best strategic-based games ever made.

3.6

We also have a complete beginner’s guide for Duelyst 2, so if you do end up playing it, make sure to check that out as well!

Continue Reading