Overall, BattleBit just seems like a whole lot of game for its $15 price tag, and the number of concurrent players it has just proves this.
Did it have a disastrous launch? Absolutely. Is it actually fun to play now? I’d like to think so!
It’s been eight long years, but it’s finally here! While there’s no denying that Cyberpunk 2077 could have used a few more months of development, the game, despite all of its technical hiccups, still lives up to all the hype.
It’s a shame that this had to happen, but I guess it was to be expected.
You’re probably wondering why I’m bringing up a 5-year-old game. Well, simply put, it’s just that good! Let me give you a few reasons to try this game out.
My favorite thing about this genre is the endless replayability. I know it’s not for everyone but I personally love the repetitive nature of roguelite games, especially when you know that you’ll come out a better player in your next attempt (most of the time, anyway).
As a fast-paced genre that demands a lot of mechanical skill and impeccable decision making, fighting games tend to drive off most newcomers the second they test their mettle against a skilled player.
Now I don’t know if any of you folks feel the same way, but every year or so I get the urge to play an MMORPG…