I was eager to try out Evertale because I enjoy playing games that capture monsters. The expansive open-world RPG game, created by ZigZaGame Inc., invites you to capture, combat, and train enigmatic monsters.
A story-driven adventure in Evertale transports you to six different parts of Erden. You'll find special monsters to collect, legendary weapons, accessories, and equipment to strengthen your warriors in each region. In supercharged monster battles, you can capture, train, and evolve over 180 monsters and heroes! In turn-based 4v4 combat, you can build a strategy from hundreds of different ability combinations to destroy your opponents. Additionally, you can compete in real-time PvP leagues, create guilds that work together, or chat with friends all over the world to hang out and talk about new tactics.
I liked the offline narrative and the unrestricted freedom of movement in the world. The game's music score, battle soundtrack, and even menu sounds are impressive. There are many different kinds of creatures and characters to use in battle. Unique mobs can be found in trembling bushes in Evertale. The game also enables players to level up or evolve each character, weapon, or piece of clothing to make it as difficult as they like.
The online portion of Evertale is not very impressive. There isn't much left to do after the important story without using mana, which regenerates very slowly. It would be preferable if they distributed mana potions or made the offline story replayable with rewards that got stronger or harder each time.
After completing nearly 99% of the story, the game can receive pay-to-win rewards. There are only a random number of generations and no skill. Additionally, the game requires in-app purchases, which is unwelcome for mobile gaming.
The graphics are excellent, but the PVP system needs to be investigated more because some players who performed considerably better than others were assigned to the same league.
Many users appear to have enjoyed the offline story, soundscapes, and unusual creatures of the game, according to user reviews. Others, however, are unhappy with the game's constrained online section, which necessitates in-app purchases in order to proceed. Some users also did not appreciate the game's lag and pay-to-win system.
Overall, Evertale is a thrilling game for fans of monster-capturing. Excellent storytelling, artwork, and engaged gameplay are all combined in the game. Although it has a few problems, they don't lessen the enjoyment it offers.
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