game 1: insurgent. this game is based off of a story out of the book series called the mark of kri. it is a violent game and there are different types of weapons that you can choose from like a melee weapon, a ranged weapon, a handgun, and a rifle. this game is a pretty intense game you have to play and beat it.
although this map/game is incredibly cool (even if i'm not played it a tonne), it didn't really work for me. i mean, i loved the concept, and it doesn't really take too much to like it. i just didn't get the game itself. i mean, i liked the intro, and all the game modes except one i enjoyed, but i still didn't really like the game.one of the things that i think is important to me when i play a game of this type is a sense of progression. i like to feel like i'm doing something, even if it's just defeating my enemy that got in my way first. i don't necessarily want to feel that i'm in a battle of who is the most powerful player, more often than not. i like to be challenged and feel like i'm doing something. if the only thing you can do is run off the walls around the map, i'm not going to be overly motivated to play it anymore. one exception i could think of is a homebrew port of the game if it doesn't have the problems that most do.you may even remember that this came out on my birthday, which i was really disappointed about as i thought it would be one of the more fun games to play. instead, it seems like the developers will either fix what is wrong with it (assuming they haven't already), discontinue it, or won't release it. i feel that this game was fairly underwhelming, and would either deserve to be better or that they might rework it into something better.there is a version of this game that can be played online, albeit i haven't checked out the problem areas (and probably won't) before i review it.sorry that i didn't play this game a lot, but i didn't want to play a game where i was potentially just fighting the same thing over and over on the same spot of the map. that simply doesn't work for me, and i think that the developers just figured that out from the beginning. i do think that the players who play it online might enjoy it more, but i'm still not sure. the problem with online is that it is a lot easier to be bumped while in the middle of a battle.