Review Immortal Awakening
Immortal Awakening is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) that takes place in a fantasy world full of monsters and adventures. Upon starting the game, players can choose between different character classes, each with unique abilities and combat styles.
Once they have chosen their character, players can explore the game's expansive world, completing quests and battling enemies to level up and obtain more powerful equipment. They can also join teams with other players to tackle even greater challenges.
One of the Immortal Awakening's most notable features is its character customization system, which allows players to equip their characters with various clothing and weapons with different styles and stats. In addition, the game features a gacha system, which allows players to obtain new characters and equipment by purchasing booster packs with real money or in-game currency.
Other aspects of the game include special events with unique rewards, a main story with text and dialogue missions, and an "AFK" system that allows players to leave the game in auto mode while away.
Overall, it offers a complete and addictive gaming experience for fans of the MMORPG genre. Although some players have criticized some aspects of the game, such as the pay-to-win system and the lack of character customization, overall, most reviews praise the game's graphical quality and combat system.
After playing this game for several weeks, I can say that this is a promising game in the mobile MMORPG genre. One of the strongest points of the game is its graphics. Although limited, the music has also received praise, and the character customization can be considered satisfactory.
However, the game also has some problems. The lack of voice narration in the story can make it boring. The character's movement can also be criticized for being slow and making it difficult to dodge in combat. Also, several events have time limits, which can be a problem for busy players or players who can't constantly be online. Also, the number of options scattered throughout the game can make it complex and confusing.
Another problem is the lack of a rotating camera and the inability to zoom in or out to get a better view of the environment. Despite these problems, the game's potential can be highlighted, which should encourage the developers to keep improving.
On the other hand, mention should be made of a "pay to win" component in the game, which some players have questioned. While some have considered it reasonable compared to other games, others have mentioned the difficulty in obtaining high-quality equipment without spending money.
In summary, this game has a good graphical and musical presentation but has some problems in terms of gameplay, scattered options, and a "pay to win" component. Despite this, the game is very enjoyable.
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