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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?




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?

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Overprime: Honest Review | Is It Worth It?

Overprime, which is basically Paragon re-released, has gone through some major changes for its own benefits. But the question is: is it worth playing?





If you have heard of or played Paragon before, then you might be familiar with Overprime. It’s a third-person shooting MOBA which has the same base mechanics as popular MOBAs like Dota 2 and League of Legends. The catch is that it’s on third-person view, akin to the likes of Smite.

As the original Paragon game has flopped, developers decided to take some of the assets from the game to make a far better version that is now called Overprime. Now, if you’re interested in this type of game, you might ask yourself: is it even worth it?

Let’s find out.

Honest Review of Overprime: Is It Worth It?

First off, we’re going to start with the download part of the game. Back then, the game wasn’t available on Steam yet (even until now, though it has a Steam page already but not yet released), so the only way to play the game was to download it from its website.

Now, this might not sound like a big deal, but a lot of people actually don’t trust downloading files directly from a not-so-known website.

Nonetheless, the entire setup is pretty easy and there’s no manual patch you’ll have to perform. You just have to complete the installation and get to play the game after that.

Playing the Game

Now let’s get into the game itself. Owing to the fact that the game isn’t out on Steam yet, only a tiny population is currently playing the game. Also, the game is still in closed beta, so only those who have beta access can actually get to try it.

This translates to very long matchmaking queues due to the low population count. However, it seems that more and more people are trying to stream the game and hyping it up, so we might be seeing a far less time-consuming matchmaking as more and more players discover the game.

How exactly does the game feel, play, and look?

For one, the game looks gorgeous and the details of the game are rather high and high quality. Overall, the game just looks so damn great.

However, you might want to play around with the settings, as in some cases, high post-processing and anti-aliasing can cause it to become a bit blurry.

Then there’s the game map. This one has been set up in a way that forces the duo to go right all the time while the solo will have to go left. This means that a solo player will always end up going against the enemy team’s duo.

Jungling is quite fluid, as you can move between camps and lanes without any problem. You can come across a river that passes through the map, and there are river buffs and fangtooth buffs as well. Of course, there are a few collisions that will cause you to slow down, but overall, the map has a pretty good layout.

Performance-wise, the game plays at a stable FPS, with the max graphics settings running at around 140-165 FPS with an occasional drop to 80 FPS – nothing major. Even during a huge team fight with all those effects going on and about, the performance of the game is quite good, even for a game in its beta testing phase.

Not only that, but the animations of the heroes are very fluid, though hit feedback isn’t all the great. Nonetheless, it does give you the feeling of hitting something instead of just swinging blindly in the air.

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

If there’s one thing that would need major work, that would be the basic attacks of the heroes, especially the ranged ones. For the most part, aiming felt kindly weird. Later on, you’ll come to realize that the basic ranged attacks are offset to the left side of the camera in order to make up for better vision.

However, since the rotation of the camera is based on the hero’s position, this gives a little bit of weirdness when aiming. Also, basic ranged attacks are hitscan instead of projectiles. This might not sound like a big deal at all, but the thing is that basic ranged attacks will come from the center of the screen.

This means that you won’t be able to have a proper vision on your corners as your hero is positioned on that spot while aiming.

Overall, the game is pretty solid, but in its current state, it would be a 7 out of 10. It’s no doubt it’s a fun game to play, and in some cases, it might even be a time sink. However, since the game is still in its beta phase, we can expect all those issues to be ironed out before release.

Also, a match lasts for around 10-30 minutes on average, and the game is pretty fast-paced, so you can enjoy tons of intense actions, especially during team fights.

If you’re willing to give this game a try, the best you can do as of now is to wait for it to release on Steam or participate in the beta.

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