The core gameplay, including the variety of suits and weapons, is terrific, and it’s reason enough to play this sci-fi shooter. But the boring story, too-similar missions, and aggressive payment model hold it back from what it could be.
Я был удивлен случайно увидев низкие оценки про игру Warframe. Когда то застал игру на релизе и даже тогда без контента она была на голову выше многих. Но то что она не давалась так же многим это факт . Сейчас в игре есть то что не могут сделать крупные студии ! И Warframe так и остался не для всех .
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The freedom of movement and cooperative combos make Warframe an entertaining coop game. Unfortunately, that only really counts if you're willing to spend money on it. Warframe is not only very misleading, but would improve from the extra content. The restrictive free-to-play model isn't working in Warframe's favor.
380+ hours in, i can't get back in :
The game is very good for a F2P, it's globally an incredible RPG. The gameplay feels good, the game gives you a lot of dopamine, you progress quickly and then ...
you discover that the game is very grindy, and you start to feel weak against enemies, before understanding that you have to grind more to become stronger. It's understandable but ... yeah, i don't have time for it.
7/10, try it if you have time, it's free !
Grindy game with a great community. Lots and lots to do though it's overwhelming, for the beginner you get the tutorial quest (which is super easy) then you are thrown into all these different game mechanics. Lots of updates and freebie drops from the devs to keep everyone interested. I played this for a few weeks but got bored. You keep repeating the same levels to grind for better equipment and warframes, but the game is essentially the same. You start a level against one of the small number of enemy races. The map is often quite large and sparsely populated and it's easy to get lost, which isn't fun. You race round picking up loot. You have to perform simple minigames to turn off alarms and unlock vaults. Then you achieve your goal and head back to be extracted. Enemies are either easily killed or bullet sponges. There are a few warframes and abilities that make it too easy. Rhino is super strong. Octavia can kill rooms with a rolling disco ball. You end up wondering what the point of it all is when the weapons are all essentially the same but with different stats. There's a PvP mode but the game is geared more towards PvE. The devs have added quite a lot (a flying mode, a mode where you are crewing a spaceship, etc) but the core game can get repetitive fast.
Warframe is one of the free-to-play massively multiplayer online games (MMOS) that came out at the launch of the PlayStation 4 . There is no sense of cohesion -- you have to navigate the entirety of the game in the absence of a manual. Therefore, you are quickly overwhelmed. You understand as much regarding the Tenno -- an ancient and esoteric faction that you play, the synopsis of the encyclopedic story and the Warframe cosmos in the beginning as you do at the end of your playthrough.
Warframe has no sense of progression or challenge. You can experience the entirety of the game in 15 minutes -- the creators assume the psyche of quantity over quality. The gameplay is a mixed bag -- smooth acrobatic movements and swordsmanship, mediocre gunplay, repetitious cyber-ninja combat, and generic-futuristic-scenery. Nevertheless, the positives do outweigh the negatives. One enormous problem is microtransactions. Equivalent to Blacklight: Retribution, you either pay for microtransactions or commit to for an eternity in an endless system of customization, weaponry, and Warframe costumes -- though some costumes are aesthetically pleasing.
SummaryThey were called Tenno. Warriors of blade and gun: masters of the Warframe armor. Those that survived the old war were left drifting among the ruins. Now they are needed once more. The Grineer, with their vast armies, are spreading throughout the solar system. A call echoes across the stars summoning the Tenno to an ancient place. They s...