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Goddess of Victory: NIKKE | Global3.0
You can feel the predatory scheme around the game. It's grindy af and the difficulty spikes up way to fast at the beginning while new players still get the feel of the Nikke and which nikke they want to invest in(trying to gacha and get the one they want).
There are WAY too many SSR compared to SR and some of those SSR are not worthy of the rarity and the pick up rate. AND they had the audacity to make the rate of pilgrim Nikkes(the units worthy of being called SSR) lower compared to other units in the SSR pool knowing they are the some of the best units in the game as of now.
Limit Break. The act of feeding duplicates to a Nikke. SR can limit break 2 times reaching lvl 160 while SSR can limit break 3 times reaching lvl 200. Good luck trying to limit break your SSR with that huge roster in the pool. You will probably be stuck limit breaking and leveling up SR units like me AND THEN synchronizing the SR lvl to the SSR so they can get past lvl 80(the lvl cap of SSR with no limit break), and that too is limited to 5 units to synchronize. They will give you 15 slots if you do the classroom grind. But if you want to synchronize more Nikke then tough luck! You have to pay 500 gems per slot.
BATTLEPASS. expensive af and not rewarding enough.
As other reviewers have mentioned, the weekly mission needs 100 points to fully complete and the max you can get is 120 points, 2 missions are worth 20 points while others 10 points. The problem is these 2 missions are not f2p/user friendly: 1 mission requires players to limit break a character(giving character a dupe) which is unrealistic since you have to pull dupes and you will eventually reach the limit. And the other mission is to do 20 PULLS worth 6000 gems while the weekly rewards are 300 gems and 1 recruit voucher which is worth 2 pulls total.
Edited at Nov 11: You can use friendship points to pull instead of gems, BUT that is another can of worms that another reviewer have explained.
Lastly the game is still plaqued by bugs. there are bugs at the character bonding screen where players that have unlocked the 2nd story or more have to replay the 1st one again and get error message only to be booted again on the home screen. Harmony cube screen also softlock players and the only way to fix it is to close the game.
Edited at Nov 11: after a few fix here and there they managed to fix some problem while creating another problem. The devs feel unprepared or incompetent. One step forward and two steps back.
Edited at Dec 8: they fixed the previous bug only to have stuttering and graphic problems. Either the devs are incompetent or this game has spaghetti code. Absolutely idiotic.
Check nikke reddit and nikke.gg for reference. F**king game man..
There are also suspicion of the devs messing with the pull rates, since there is a confirmed court case with Destiny Child, another game of theirs. They fixed the shop bug instantly but still haven't fixed MANY MANY bugs littered through the whole game. Scummy af.
tldr; Conclusion: feels like a overhyped and undercooked game with good graphics but simple/halfassed gameplay and predatory practices all over the game(not f2p friendly too). The devs are incompetent and the publisher is greedy af. At least the story, music, and JP voice acting are good. This game needed at least 1 more year before it released.
How To Raise A Harem | QooApp Exclusive Version2.4
The English texts got cut off at long sentences making it unreadable. The English ranslations are also quite awkward and weird. The Japanese voiceover also cut off at the end for some characters making it feels weird and unprofessional. Daily login locked behind account level, although it only requires lvl 6 to unlock. There's also VIP system and similar to battle pass to claim more rewards. All in all it feels like a hastily made game to quickly milk money from players as fast as possible with great visuals as bait.
Date A Live: Spirit Pledge | Global2.8
Editted on August 6th
When other games have fragments in their gacha everyone hates it, but when date a live does it everyone seems fine with it.
The characters are mixed with their fragments in gacha. To unlock S rank spirits like Tohka or Kurumi you need 60 fragments but gacha will only give you 5. Mixed in those gacha rates are also fairies you can equip for your waifus(roughly similar to craft essence in FGO) And the real money cost just to do a 10 pull is very expensive.
Character fragments can be farmed instead of gacha. To put into perspective at least 60 fragments will be needed to get S rank waifus. Without boost item you can get between 0-3 but with boost you get 3-6. At the start you can get a lot of these booster but as you will get less as you progress further through the game. The number of fragments needed to rank up will increase.
The graphics looks fine, with the 2D and chibi sprites looking good. Gameplay feels like every other beat em up. The unique thing about the game is the date. The game limit the time you can date to 3 times a day and it will also cost stamina shared with other town interaction such as crafting items and foods for the girls. Dating and giving those foods and items can increase favor which grants buff for the battle.
The voice acting volume is too small, I can barely hear anything unless I turn off the BGM. Or is it just me? Or is the music too loud? I don't know anymore..
Overall this game feels like a trap. Grind easily at first but will get really hard later on to farm those fragments and then grind some more to rank them up or try your luck with gacha to get your waifu(and still get fragments instead) and grind(or gacha again if you want) for fragments to rank them up. But if you like grinding feel free to give it a try. Gacha addicts beware.
Azur Lane | Japanese3.4
A VERY user friendly gacha game where you can get and farm gacha currency(known as cube in-game) very easily. The highest rate for SSR I could find on any gacha game topping at 7%(that's still higher than the infamous crap FGO character and CE pull chance combined). Combat is simple and fun, you dodge and weave enemies' shot while firing your own (just like usual bullet hell game but less hell). Story is too cheesy even though it's based on real history, kissing ass for union faction too much. One of the great thing about this game is that it keeps improving and changing some things to keep players interested. Definitely recommend this game to anyone interested in gacha and waifu collecting with no salt
Gundam Battle: Gunpla Warfare | Asia2.6
The only good thing this game has is the graphics and nothing else. Gameplay using one hand is doable but not great, story is crap since your choice don't matter and it's generic af(as bad and generic as new gundam breaker's story). And as for doing gacha to get parts, oh boy, just wait till the pool gets bigger and people will go ape shit with how crap the gacha really is while trying to pull the parts they want. Conclusion: Just get Gundam Breaker 3 if you want a gundam building game, it's still the best gundam breaker game on the market right now.