Shadowblood Review - Action RPG

Score: 6/10

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Shadowblood Review - Action RPG

Score: 6/10

Pros

  • Good graphics
  • Cheesy voice acting so bad, it's good.
  • Multiple characters and playstyles
  • Able to modify placement of skills in UI

Cons

  • Autocombat
  • Pay 2 win, skill points are purchasable
  • Minor bugs
  • Lack of personal touch in combat
    • Archers auto dodge
  •  Only one combo attack possible
  • Stamina system
  • Cumbersome system to change skill selection, only able to carry 4 skills into battle.
  • Average background music.
  • Chests show contents one at a time.

Shadowblood is a 3d action RPG for mobile. It uses a top down view of the battlefield, and actually has some good graphics and detailed background. Unfortunately, the game combat feels lackluster. The entire game can be progressed via auto battle, and there is no impact to attacks or skills. Enemies do flinch and they flash white as they do so, but their movement, your attacks and their death goes by so fast that you hardly pay them any notice. Bosses appear to be immune to knock back and they do not have any AOE attacks. Defeating them is just a matter of stats and the ability to use skills.

Out of combat, each character has skill points which you use to upgrade your skills or learn new ones. Skill points are earned by leveling a character up or by earning real cash. Equipment can be obtained via drops or by gacha chests in the cash shop. To assist with this, there's an auto dungeon feature that allows players to 'simulate' running through a dungeon. According to user reviews, the game has a huge grind starting from lv 40.

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Price: Free

 

 

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