Fatal Raid Review

Fatal Raid Review

Jun 30, 2017

Fatal Raid is a game to go to bed too. If you can sleep after.

The game packs in a few modes — Survival, PvP, Challenge and Story; Story Mode is the opening mode, and the others open up when players reach particular progress thresholds. To begin, one simply follows the tutorial… and in this game, the tutorial is a necessary feature. It gives one the gameplay basics: the zombie-shooting action for one. In the simplest form, you play with two thumbs, one for movement, and one to wield the firearm. When set to auto-shoot, all one has to do is move the character, and get the monsters in the crosshairs.

Simple does it, but as one goes on, one has to deal with craftier enemies… different tendencies, speedier in approach, and so on. Still, the idea (in (Story) is to take out the enemies, collect collectibles, and avoid having your lifebar depleted by monsters that get too close before you can shoot them.

Doing well procures you game currency, and this can be used to upgrade attributes and weapons; it’s necessary to do both so as to be able to keep up with ability-improved uglies.

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The game is quite arcade-y in the way it plays. Some action elements are deliberately over the top, and those parts do feel like they have a purpose. Visually, it is colorful, and makes uses of effects (such as an adjustment from first person perspective to slow motion third) is quite effective, and the changing backgrounds mostly show a degree of diversity, with devastated cityscapes taking front stage.

The games is presented in landscape, with the aforementioned first-person view being the primary means by which the player takes in the environment.

All in all, it is a very intricate game; there is a wealth of options, and gameplay to suit almost everybody. It does get complex in parts, which might gnaw at the nerves of folks who prefer to get going and keep going, but it should really appeal to folks that like to feel like they control the build-up.

Fatal Raid Review Rundown

8
Graphics/Sound - Effective looks and sounds.
8
Controls - Intuitive control set.
8.5
Gameplay - Zombie FPS fare with a lot of modes.
7
Replay Value - Fairly addictive.
8
Overall - Tried and true concept that's well done here.

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