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Monday, October 9, 2023

Dragonheir: Silent Gods Gameplay » The Advertisement Was A LIE

Dragonheir: Silent Gods Gameplay » The Advertisement Was A LIE

Hey there, fellow gamers! Today, I want to share my recent gaming experience with you all, particularly in a mobile game that has recently caught my attention "Dragonheir: Silent Gods." Now, before you get all excited, buckle up, because I've got a lot to spill about the game's intriguing world and, unfortunately, its not-so-honest marketing tactics.

First things first, let me introduce you to "Dragonheir: Silent Gods." It's a mobile game that I decided to play on my PC, expecting a fantastic and immersive experience. However, right off the bat, I found myself in a whirlwind of confusion. The advertisements for the game showed a Diablo-like action roleplaying game but the actual game was not.

As I delved deeper into the game, I realized that this problem was not unique to "Dragonheir: Silent Gods." Many mobile games employ similar tactics, tricking gamers into believing they are entering a world of unparalleled wonders. In reality, the experience often falls short, leaving players frustrated and disappointed.

The frustration stemming from false advertising led me to question the ethics behind such practices. Why do game developers resort to this? Is it a desperate attempt to boost their player base, or is there something more sinister at play? 

Despite these challenges, my journey in "Dragonheir: Silent Gods" wasn't all bad. The game did have its moments of enjoyment, especially when I focused on the actual gameplay rather than the unfulfilled promises. Exploring different in-game locations, battling enemies, and interacting with various characters provided glimpses of the immersive experience I had initially anticipated.

However, the lingering disappointment from false advertising served as a constant reminder of the pitfalls within the gaming industry. It highlighted the importance of transparency and honesty between developers and gamers. As players, we invest our time, energy, and sometimes money into these games, expecting an experience that aligns with what's being advertised. When these expectations are shattered, it leaves a bitter taste that's hard to wash away.

In conclusion, my adventure in "Dragonheir: Silent Gods" served as a stark reminder of the prevalence of false advertising in the gaming world. As gamers, we deserve better. We deserve transparency, honesty, and games that deliver on what they advertise. It’s time for the gaming industry to step up, prioritize the players, and build a relationship of trust that can withstand the test of time.

Friday, October 6, 2023

Viking Rise Gameplay » Early Game, Defeated Twice

Viking Rise Gameplay » Early Game, Defeated Twice

Viking Rise Gameplay » Early Game, Defeated Twice

Hey fellow gamers! I tried out a new mobile game recently called "Viking Rise." It's a strategy game where you build and defend your own Viking village. I played it on my PC using an Android emulator.

At first, the game seemed pretty cool. The graphics were nice, not too cartoony, and it was different from the games I usually play. It's one of those building games where everything happens really quickly in the beginning, but as you progress, things take longer.

I had to gather resources like wood and food to build my village. There were different buildings like barracks for training soldiers and an infirmary to heal them after battles. The game had a tutorial that guided me through the basics, but once I got the hang of it, things got more challenging.

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I upgraded my buildings, trained soldiers, and even participated in battles. The battles were a bit tricky; because I never won and it was frustrating.

The game had features like upgrading buildings, researching new technologies, and recruiting different types of soldiers. There were also in-game purchases, but I didn't spend any real money on them. I focused on earning resources and leveling up my village without spending extra cash.

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In the end, my first time playing "Viking Rise" was a fun experience. Who knows, I might even continue playing it.

Saturday, October 7, 2023

Guild of Heroes Gameplay » The Game Froze

Guild of Heroes Gameplay » The Game Froze

Guild of Heroes Gameplay » The Game Froze

Hello fellow gamers. In my recent gameplay of Guild of Heroes, the game froze while I was chatting with a viewer. It was a bit frustrating, but let's talk about the game itself and some cool things I've discovered.

Guild of Heroes is a mobile game that's a lot like Diablo. You get to explore, fight monsters, and collect all sorts of cool stuff. One of the cool things about this game is that you can change class anytime by simply changing your weapon.

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In the game, you can also find and equip different weapons and armor. Sometimes, you'll get lucky and find rare items that make your character even more powerful. But be careful, there are also ads and in-game purchases that can be a bit annoying. I try to avoid spending real money in the game, so I just deal with the occasional ads.

One interesting feature is the autoplay option. It lets your character fight automatically, which is handy when you're tired or busy chatting with viewers. But it's not as fun as playing the game yourself. I like watching the battles, though.

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I also talked a bit about my streaming setup, like using an emulator to play mobile games on my PC. It's a great way to share my gaming experiences with viewers. I'm not a fan of pay-to-win games, where you have to spend a lot of money to progress, so I prefer to play for free and enjoy the adventure.

So, that's a bit about my recent Guild of Heroes gameplay. I hope you enjoyed hearing about it, and if you're a fellow gamer, keep on gaming and having fun!

Friday, October 13, 2023

Jesus Christ RPG Gameplay » SATAN Was Defeated

Jesus Christ RPG Gameplay » SATAN Was Defeated

Jesus Christ RPG Gameplay » SATAN Was Defeated

In my recent gameplay of Jesus Christ RPG, Jesus were accompanied by Mary Magdalene, Peter, and Judas. The mission was to perform seven miracles, each of which will bring us closer to completing the game. 

Just like most roleplaying games, the controllable characters in Jesus Christ RPG can gain experience and level up, which improves their abilities. 

The battles involve fighting various enemies, including demons. Jesus has unique abilities, such as exorcism and miracles, which are effective against demons. Mary and the other disciples have their own talents and attacks. It's important to use their abilities wisely in battles.

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As I progressed through the game, I encountered Roman soldiers and had to battle them. These fights were challenging, but with the right strategy and the right talents, I managed to overcome them.

One interesting aspect of the game is the equipment system. You can find different items and equip them to improve your characters' stats. However, some items are specific to certain characters, and not all can use weapons. This added an extra layer of strategy to the game.

The final battle against Satan was intense. Satan had formidable abilities and was a tough opponent. He was also riding a giant mech robot named SATAN. It required careful planning and strategic use of talents to defeat him.

In the end, after defeating Satan, the game concluded. It acknowledged the player's achievement and thanked them for playing. It was a straightforward ending that reflected the completion of the seven miracles.

Thursday, October 12, 2023

Black Moon Gameplay » Gave It A Try! Not For Me!

Black Moon Gameplay » Gave It A Try! Not For Me!

Black Moon Gameplay » Gave It A Try! Not For Me!

I recently played a mobile game called "Black Moon." It's an early access game available to everyone. The emulator I used for this particular game was LDPlayer with some glitches, although I'm not sure why.

The game has limited character customization options. You can change your character's hair color and clothing color, but you can't even choose your character's name. You're given a list of pre-assigned names or can roll a virtual dice to pick one. I ended up with the name Brandon Shepherd.

In the game, you control a character who can't jump, and you face various creatures. It appears to be a pay-to-win game, which means that players who spend money have an advantage over free-to-play players like me. This often leads to an uneven playing field.

Despite my efforts, the game crashed several times during my playthrough, which can be quite frustrating. This made the overall gaming experience less enjoyable for me.

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In terms of gameplay, "Black Moon" didn't align with my personal preferences. The excessive talking and limited engagement with the game's world left me feeling disconnected. I found it challenging to become immersed in the game's story and mechanics.

Ultimately, I decided to end my gaming session with "Black Moon" after about 25 minutes. While some gamers might enjoy this style of game, it didn't align with my personal preferences. 

It's important to note that gaming experiences can vary greatly from person to person. What one person enjoys, another might not. "Black Moon" might appeal to some players, but it didn't resonate with me.

In conclusion, my experience with "Black Moon" was characterized by limited customization, game crashes, and a storyline that didn't engage me. While I gave it a try, it ultimately didn't align with my gaming preferences, and I decided to end my gameplay session.

Thank you for joining me during this gaming session, and I hope you enjoyed hearing about my experience with "Black Moon."

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