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Naraka: Bladepoint

Naraka: Bladepoint Review Naraka: Bladepoint is a rogue video game developed by Croatian developers Caspian Moreira. The game was released in April 2021 and is modeled on many well-known PC games of this type. The storyline involves a group of rebels fighting against an oppressive regime in a large; futuristic city. You play the role of these characters and use a variety of weapons and explosives to destroy enemy soldiers; vehicles; and buildings. The player earns money for every level that they complete and earns even more money when they win a battle.

 

Naraka: Bladepoint

Naraka: Bladepoint Review The story behind Naraka: Bladepoint is that it is supposed to be the last war fought between the empire and rebels in this city. The military has learned that the rebels are planning to attack their bases from a helicopter. Their plan is to fly into the city using a bio-jet. However; instead of taking off smoothly; the jet crashes into the ground and crashes into the water. This causes the rebels to lose all of their military equipment including communications; military uniforms; and fire power. The remaining members of their group manage to hide in secret; and the Empire has no idea how they survived so long.

Naraka: Bladepoint Review Naraka: Bladepoint features the typical Rogue-like controls of other video game titles. The controls for the gun and explosive charges are done by clicking the mouse and moving the keyboard. Holding down the trigger will cause the player to shoot their weapon. The keyboard will be used for character movement and targeting; although holding down both triggers will cause the game to perform actions with both hands.

Naraka: Bladepoint Review When I first played the game I found it to be on the tedious side. The game has you trekking through an island; fighting off waves of opponents. The game is full of scripted events; where your character has to save another character who was taken hostage. The scenes in the game are beautifully illustrated; but at the same time they don’t have any impact. There are also a few bugs that I ran into that made the game less enjoyable.

 

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The real challenge is finding the game’s multiple endings.

Naraka: Bladepoint Review After a few hours of playing I decided that the game wasn’t very good; but I wasn’t sure why. I knew that there were going to be some bugs and glitches; but I figured that since this game is reskinned after other rogue games I could just enjoy the story and not the game play. I got my hopes up when I discovered that there were a few hidden endings. I started to play the game again and managed to complete the main storyline; but I couldn’t find any hidden endings.

Naraka: Bladepoint Review Naraka: Bladepoint is yet another open world RPG game where you get to take on the role of a character who doesn’t have any skills or talents. You have to discover these skills and talents by performing tasks and exploring the environment. I found that while the main storyline is long it’s filled with enough interesting characters and locations to keep me playing. The game play is what I would consider medium to long; it has its moments of great drama as you struggle to survive but it also has enough action and excitement to keep you playing. These reviews will continue to follow Naraka: Bladepoint Review as I continue to play the game and learn more about it.