This is a response topic posted by xxkollioxx. He is a friend, but we have different experiences, thoughts, field of view. I’m sure all the viewers of this post will also.
So please don’t discriminate my opinions. Feel free to say anything though.
Updates – 5/5
Updates very often, we just had the weapons shop update as well as many others.
Armory – 4/5
A 4 because unlike RC2 or Uberstrike, it has a balanced, completely-free armory consisting of 3 different types of weapons. Gameplay is not messed with due to in-game purchases. Simple but detailed.
Graphics – 4/5
Unity browser-based FPS’es aren’t good in graphics ingeneral, but CS is a bit off to the good side.
Likes on facebook – Who Cares/Lol
No offense to xxkollioxx, but who cares..
1. Not everyone has facebook 2. Some people don’t (usually) go looking for their favorite unity games and like them. I didn’t either.
Maps – 20+. (5/5)
Freeness – 2/5
Not a lot of guns. No vehicle combat.
Effects – 2/5
Effects are not really good. Only because the game is far behind RC2 in developement.
I’m not going to add points for vehicle combat, because adding vehicle combat is just to make up for the sucky PvP, in my opinion. Otherwise they ruin the game. Great example: Battlefield 3 vs Call of Duty MW3.
22 Points, 4/5
Red Crucible 2
Updates – 2/5
There are updates, but not many.
Armory – 4/5
Many guns, including rocket launchers, machine guns, rifles, snipers, etc; However in-game purchase only (coin purchase only) guns are overpowered and one user with such a gun will de-balance the whole gameplay.
Graphics – 3/5
Maps – 4/5
4 Because while there aren’t that many, maps are different for different modes and most maps are fun to play. They’re detailed and big.
Gameplay – 2/5
Even with all the vehicles, the balance between player-heli-tank is not right. Some tanks are overpowered, some are too weak. Tanks’ aim cannot reach helis unless you go on a slope. People start destroying other helis so either they get in or noone does. Coin-only purchased guns are too overpowered. A example is Uberstrike: Uberstrike has many in-game purchases but none are too overpowered. With a bit of skill you can take them out and pick-up their guns.
Effects – 5/5
Great effects. I have to admit.
20 points, 3.3/5
Updates – 3/5
I quit playing and got back in about 4 months. 1 Map. However, I got on today, it now has a beautiful map selection screen. I’m gonna go play after this =D
Armory – 6/5
A 6, It’s very delicately controlled. The damage, accuracy, recoil is all delicately controlled. Excellent. Better than any Unity browser game.
Graphics – 5/5
Maps – 2/5
Okay, the maps are fun. But of the whole time it was released, there are 6 maps.
Gameplay – 4/5
Effects – 3/5
3, because although with all the effects it has, I have to say the screen you get when you’re damaged is really bad. It sucks. Seriously. 2 points off for that. That’s how much it sucks.
23 points, 4/5
I will not rate this. Probably due to the many people who will disagree.
1st Place: BeGone
2nd Place: CS Portable
3rd Place: RC2
I love playing RC2 for its vehicle vs vehicle matches, especially maelstrom. But its in-game purchases screw it up. Coming from a guy who bought 4 guns with coins. CS Portable, I love it. But it’s still behind development, and lacks from most of the games. However, despite being in beta, it’s great.