So do I recommend it? At a 60$ price point, the game is a bit weak, so whether or not you’ll appreciate that purchase point is likely entirely dependent on your appreciation for the the mecha genre. If you liked the Armored Core series, and From Software’s last entry before abandoning it to jump ship to the Souls IP, could very well sate an itch you’ve probably had for a long time.
Now, there’s one comment which I’ve seen that holds a pretty strong argument against the main draw of Genshin Impact, which is essentially, exploration is a one-time joy. That’s partially true. You can’t really regain the joy discovery combing over places you’ve been before, but that being said, learning Genshin Impact’s world has its use. […]
Genshin Impact is one of those games which I wish I could recommend, but I can’t do so earnestly. It’s decent. It’s a little more than decent, in fact. It’s actually probably even good. But it’s got a lot of bad, pushing straight into awful, with a good helping of predatory monetization. Before I really […]