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better than fortnite
Game Content: 2.95GB
Japanese VO: 300MB
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