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Astonishing graphics and awesome-looking worlds; bombastic and energetic musical score; great customization options; intense action; fun multiplayer.
Gameloft’s attempt at their first Unreal-powered game is a success. The storyline is new and interesting and the gameplay kept me wanting more. The game is priced on the higher end of the spectrum but the quality will not disappoint.
From what I can tell, the Wild Blood’s design is either inadvertently uneven or deliberately stilted in a way to get players to spend money. Health potions drop very rarely, so I was forced to spend gold on them instead of on my character. I never felt like I was making satisfactory progress developing my character, even though I picked up every coin and opened every chest I found. I’m not entirely convinced that this is an attempt on Gameloft’s part to squeeze its customer’s dry – I just think the leveling/gold system might be unbalanced.