Review Azur Lane
Azur Lane is a strategy game based on nautical combat; that is to say, the ships are transformed into anime-style girls with great weapons of destruction to defeat all their enemies.
In this game, there are four types of worlds "Sakura Empire," "Iron Blood," "Eagle Union," and "Royal Navy," where you will have to complete the respective missions and obtain the game rewards, either to reinforce your ships or strengthen your headquarters. But don't worry; most of the missions you must complete take at least 2 minutes.
To start playing, you must build a fleet of up to a maximum of 6 ships divided into two groups, one vanguard and the other main. The vanguard ships are destroyers, light cruisers, and heavy cruisers, and your main fleet, where you have all the heavy artillery, battleships, aircraft carriers, and hybrids. Another point in favor is that you can use submarines that can serve as support and thus avoid significant damage from the enemy fleet.
The game arena focuses its attention on remote islands of the old continent, so you can explore new territories and sail the seven seas; for this, you must follow the indications that the game map gives you; you must beat the first territory to advance to the next and get new treasures.
However, not everything is battling in this game; there is also another game mode that serves as courtship; that is, while you use the same girl in battle, her relationship with you increases, which gives us more extra points and improve the statistics of our warriors, as well as to claim any reward.
- All the graphics in Azur Lane are very well-detailed.
- Great variety of characters.
- The flawless transition from 2D to 3D on the battlefield.
- Low difficulty level.
- The game sometimes becomes somewhat monotonous, which can sometimes become very boring.
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