Generally unfavorable reviews- based on 13 Ratings
Jun 28, 2012This game is a revolution in mmos. It has a deep and wide customisation and very good gameplay. There are a few bad apples that spamThis game is a revolution in mmos. It has a deep and wide customisation and very good gameplay. There are a few bad apples that spam un-balanced robots, but they fixed that by realising a un-balanced but in UC(free in-game currency) so everyone can have access to it. The community over-all is very good and most players are willing to help new ones who just joined. This is a very good game but you need some patience because at the beginning you will die allot because you dont know the counters to those "un-balanced" robots. Try the game out and you will like it for sure.… Full Review »
Jul 2, 2012A game operating on the "profits before principals" basis.
Game updates are always mainly focussed on a single part of the game system, aA game operating on the "profits before principals" basis.
Game updates are always mainly focussed on a single part of the game system, a rigged lottery based system. You could spend thousands of USD on (some already have) and yet get nothing that is actually worth any decent value.
The game staff are not very helpful when one has problems.
The "paid" game credit is very expensive.
Parents, if you don't want your children to rack up big bills, steer clear of this game.
The gameplay and controls are relatively easy to pick up on and gamepads are supported.… Full Review »
Jan 21, 2014This is a game with many perks. It is able to have 30v30 PvP. It allows detailed customization, all in parts, upgrades, weapons, and design.This is a game with many perks. It is able to have 30v30 PvP. It allows detailed customization, all in parts, upgrades, weapons, and design. It has a nice arcade style that can no longer be found in the F2P market. It also has "moe" content to satisfy those otakus out there. This is generally a great game with potential, but there is one problem; it has players rely on the cash shop greatly. F2P players are at a disadvantage, since paying allows you to get better bots and weapons, and at a faster rate as well. The Garapon (aka Lottery) is provided for both non-paying and paying players, but you are given better choices if you pay. Also, the chances of getting something amazingly good from the Garapon is slim. F2P players do have the benefit of receiving better parts and weapons by Questing and participating in Events, but it is generally easier for paying players. Due to this, many players had rage-quitted due to overpowered veteran players and the already low playerbase due to it. If you are willing to commit to this game and continue to play it, you will find success, eventually. Be warned, you will rage, but at least try to figure out how to not get owned by the veteran players before quitting. Some things are not as they seem.
Overall: It is best to just enjoy the game if you can, so try to endure the raging. If you are able to get pass that, you will find that Cosmic Break is a great game to play. If you wish to win and get 1st place, you will NEED to spend some cash. Though, with a low playerbase and veteran players, you will most likely not last long.
For New Players: Stick with your teammate (this is not COD!); Run Arcantus for UC (in-game currency); Participate in Events; exchange UC for RT (paid currency) and purchase RT bots.… Full Review »