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I play a lot of mobile junk, so I'm shocked to report that this cute waifu-bait tactics game is actually great.
Compared to recent mobile games I've played recently (like The Alchemist Code), Girls' Frontline has more tactics in it than I'm used to seeing.
Ex: squad formations; unit classes composition; microing
units to minimize injuries; pulling squads out mid-mission for repairs, and then dropping in a replacement squad, etc.
Girls' Frontline's business model isn't remotely as egregious as other mobile games I play.
• Instead of waiting a long time (or paying) for your "play-energy" to refill, you can send squads to collect even more, in the form of Man-power, Ammo, Rations,
and Parts. This way you can continue battling with your other squads.
• Instead of requiring rare (or purchasable) premium currency for gachas pulls, you use those resources to gacha pull characters and equipment.
The game can be played absolutely for free, with m
+Amazing Art from different Artists
+Collabs with Other Games
-Not early game friendly
-Devs kill your waifus one by one
-Gives you PTSD
+Now early game friendly.
-Huge difficulty spike during major/collab events
First of all, it is balance. It is optional to you to donatit comfortably to play and derive pleasure from a game. The following important item, it реализованнвя cooperation between players. She is made very competently here. Anything superfluous. Also It should be noted design of a game. Everything in this game looks very interestingly and invitingly. It is possible to speak about Girl's Frontline very long, but I will draw conclusions.
The best game in the market
The stories aren't really voiced but I find this a non-issue, and when voice acting is actually necessary it's good.
Gameplay is really good, there are some difficulty spikes during events but in my opinion they help things not get stale and manages to make the game challenging, and the auto is honestly very useful and makes grinding not such a tiring chore (well, in some maps it doesn't help much, but still). One thing I really appreciate about the gameplay is that they're regularly adding new stuff instead of it just being completely the same game for years and years. Also, the game is extremely f2p friendly.
As to be expected of a waifu collecting game, the art is very good and there are lot of designs, most good and a few not so much. I'm not particularly a fan of part of the skins being available just by the lootbox system though, but at least the other part you can buy with gems and well, it's skins, it doesn't mess up your gameplay experience. And yes, the skins are pretty as well.
Honestly very misc. but dorm decoration can be fun if you're into that kind of thing and the furniture descriptions are very amusing.
All in all I really recommend giving Girls' Frontline a try, I've been playing more or less regularly for 1 year now and since then it's been steadily occupying my "favorite mobage" position.
A great game with a spiraling story that only went deeper into the abyss further and further. Its only purpose was to torture and break your maiden hearts with alot of deaths. So many deaths that you went full existential crisis and felt sympathetic for the "jpeg" t-dolls that didn't even exist in the first place.
Turn-based strategic gameplay where you have to crack your brain, cry like a pathetic heroine due to the difficulty spikes went through the rooftop in events. Yes, indeed this madness only serves to fuel your trip into the abyss.
Music? pumping you with adrenaline and leaving you with only trauma. Truly beautiful.
The only thing that brings forth serenity to balance out this trauma-inducing trip would be waifus. What is better than looking at your waifus in their revealing damaged arts and summer skins? In this madness, I would find the only peace residing in homete's thighs (please again, don't call the FBI)
Homote out of 10, would cry again!
- Low Rng (thanks devs)
- Great art
- Story good (my opinion btw)
- A game were resources and tatics have greater impact (much more than the roll on 4-5☆)
- No problem in play with my low-end phone (Samsung J2 prime)
When i take a job, i gonna spend some donations in this game, the devs deserve.
Score: 9.9 (because nothing is perfect except for ours waifus)
Ps: I know, my english sucks a lot