30 reviews between Sep 13, 2022 and Oct 02, 2023.
War Robots: A Fun Mech Game with Frustrating UpdatesMech Wars -Online Robot Battle
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30 reviews between Sep 13, 2022 and Oct 02, 2023.
I hate having the bases so close together, it was better just the way it was, and that map that has a desert ,barren , feel to it with the water in the middle has been changed for the worse, you can’t see in it and it is hard to battle in it with the light levels too low. The water feature that was in it was better than the way it is now. I believe you overthought these changes and may need to reconsider putting back the bases for the Assault mode back the way it was. Also, when getting the mech scraps and you get to the 1000 mark for them , if you purchase from the Premium section then the price starts going up on a purchase and each subsequent purchase there after and the price just is too high after the $9.99-19.99 range.
You need certain bots for quests ok but for every quest ? (AND) you have a bot needed for questing but it is a tun of gold (about $50 to get)
You should be able to use any bot for questing and on top of all that you got players with maxed wep jumping into battles and 1 shooting you from the other side of the board??? What is up with that shizer?? At least make it evem you got bots in the battles use them to fill the gaps and send those maxed players to a bore with like units
It is sad really what a killer game to wind up like this—-dang and here I thought i finely found a grate game ;(
The game has many strong points including a system of p2w where you still have to be the right level to get certain stuff, no matter how much you buy. so while p2w can get ahead f2p can still compete. it also feels like the old days of war robots, but without issues like lag and hacking being nearly as prominent. the ui is great and easy to understand once you get a feel for the game. even slow mechs involve skill to play. great game so far
I’ve played em all.. this one runs well.. easy to get decent mechs with decent weapons without breaking the bank.. gameplay is great.you don’t get teamed up against mega mechs that wipe everyone out..just an overall great mech game..nothing to glamourous..just gets the important stuff right..if you like clan play they haven’t really done to much with that..but there are clans.. just not a lot of tournaments or special events for just clan play.. but if you like running around in a mech blowing up other mechs…this is the one to get..
The first mech game I ever played was MechWarrior 2, and I have long missed it since it went out of production. War Robots is the best mech game I’ve found since. The game mechanics are moderately different, but I find it similarly engaging.
There are a vast number of available robots and weapons, allowing hundreds of custom robots configurations. Graphics are gorgeous; I keep noticing fine details as I play that I never would have thought of that enhance the experience.
It took me a while to start playing in team (clan) battles, but it really gives new challenges, particularly when you reach the advanced experience levels.
My only criticism is that the costs are ridiculously high for further improvements/upgrades for the more powerful robots and weapons. I understand that they shouldn’t be easy, but they are set at levels where it is essentially impossible without spending a lot of real money on in-game currency.
All that said, I still give this game two thumbs up!
Game use to be better, but it seems like updates and changes are all about how to get you to watch more advertisements. They are slowly ruining it. I find myself playing it less and less. It’s too bad. Greed just ruins these games.
I have played this game for 5 years. Momend switches between abandoning the players to punishing them with bad updates. For the last two years every update fixed a few things but broke more than it fixed. Player feedback is asked for but mostly not followed. In an effort to increase revenue, which I can understand making a profit, they screwed ver the veterans who have played the game for years by nerfing the bots/weapons that they grinded hundreds of hours for and made resources you saved virtually worthless. You can ‘buy’ now with real world cash what you used to be able to buy with credits earned by playing the game. What a shame. They have proven that they don’t care about fair gameplay and have effectively destroyed what used to be an excellent, and my favorite, pvp game. My advice is to go elsewhere and avoid Momend products.
It is so fun to play I win so much time and it has robot and I love robot it change my life today😍😘🥰💗
Wars is fun and it can be a game so it’s a good game because then you can play for free or for sale and it has metal it’s has some good games on it it’s a good game so download on the App Store or Google play
I love the game. Faster paced than other mech games. Only problem is I keep getting banned. I’m in an iPad so I don’t think it’s even possible to cheat, if I wanted to. I don’t even know how to cheat. I think I’m dominating since I’ve been grinding a while and have a powerful couple mechs and use them properly. But I think then players report me for whipping them so badly, and I get banned again for several days. Nobody answers my emails about why I’m getting banned. So I suggest playing a different game because when you get good, you’ll probably get banned.
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