Respawnables Review: Fun to play Online Shooter, Doesn’t Beat Blitz Brigade (Video)

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  • 30 Aug 2013
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  • Respawnables is basically Zynga’s answer to Gameloft’s Blitz Brigade, so it’s a shooter with a solid multiplayer aspect. The resemblances with Team Fortress 2 are also strong here and the fact that the game is free is certainly an advantage.


    You also get to play a bunch of single player missions, in order to earn currency and level, in order to access improved equipment and weapons. Sadly, the multiplayer maps are quite limited in this game and the modes are also limited, especially lacking one that I like a lot: Capture the Flag. The graphics are cartoonish and the environments are much smaller than in Blitz Brigade, plus there’s no vehicles to use.

    At least we’ve got a huge weapon and item variety, in spite of the fact they’re all very expensive. The action is fast paced and for those expecting a FPS, well this is a third person shooter, so the perspective is different. We’ve got 50+ customizations, 20 weapons and a nifty skill tree to unlock. Controls are not the most precise, so that’s why the game gets an 8 out of 10, because in the end it’s a fun experience to enjoy. You can download the game from here.

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    • RespawnablesRiot

      Level 50 Respawnables player here the cartoonish graphics is what makes the game look funny because it says laugh shoot die and respawn if it was in good graphics with realistic characters then laugh shoot die and respawn won’t make sense thats the idea of the game p.s blitz brigade sucks because bad graphics, no character custom and i played up to level 21 i quit because i got bored of it and uninstalled it

    • Steveng288

      If you need to do an video review know some knowledge of the game first then do a review that was missing important parts of the game

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