First Impression of Mitra Sphere [Download File Attached]

Hey Guys! So Mitra sphere has entered the closed beta test and here is a look into the various aspects of the game.

MITRA SPHERE.
Mitra sphere is an Action Role Playing game (ARPG) which features a simple but fun style of playing. The game is expected to launch officially in Spring and will be a game that is looked forward to. Pre-registrations for the game are also open right now and it can be done on their official page.

STORYLINE.
Mitra Sphere is an adventure game that tells the story of abutting parcels Npakas Mahanatee, where the sky is covered by oceans. The protagonist had lost his parents at a very young age. He and his little sister could depend on no one but each other. However, they fell into water while fishing and found the larvae of the Dragon coincidentally.

In the game, players take on the role of the protagonist. Along with the development of character through an adventure that never ends.

GRAPHICS.

Simple but elegant. Mitrasphere has been rolled out as a two dimensional game with more focus given on the basic elements of the game than on the graphics. This does not however mean that the graphics and the game environment are bad. For some reason, the graphics seem to fit the game and makes it quite interesting.

Though the game is primarily 2D based it does bring in quite glamorous features. The details can be easily distinguished and visibly seen. This is evident from the gameplay when one engages in combat.

CONTROLS

To be honest, players will barely have to make any movements in this game. The only restricted movement that a player is offered is at main menu where he can interact with other players and NPC’s. The game offers a simple floatable joystick in order to this. One has to simply point the joystick in the direction in which they want their character to move.

While engaged in combat players will only have to select the attack that they wish to use and will not have any big movement roles involved.

TUTORIAL

Mitrasphere does not pay a lot of attention to tutorials as such and does not provide an in-depth tutorial on how to go bout the game. In fact, it has been pushed so far back into their important things that the tutorial is shown only after completing the first three quests!

First Impression of Mitra Sphere [Download File Attached]

Perhaps the disappointing part about the tutorial is that it does not give you a hands on one. All information is displayed in Japanese language with suitable images. It puts the task on the players to decipher the language and figure out what each thing means. The entire guide on playing the game and how to update characters etc. are only displayed in the above manner.

First Impression of Mitra Sphere [Download File Attached]

In addition to this, the game does provide tips before the combat begins.

CHARACTERS.

You play the role of the protagonist and move up the storyline in the game. This is why you have merely any options when it comes to characters. The only option that you get is to choose between a male character and a female one before the game starts.

First Impression of Mitra Sphere [Download File Attached]

However, in order to compensate for this, the developers have provided a plethora of character customization options in the game. Every minute detail of your character can be upgraded and can be distinctly seen while engaged in combat.

First Impression of Mitra Sphere [Download File Attached]

The various features that are allowed in the game related to character customization include changing the hair style, colour, complexion, eyes and it even allows you to add tattoos. The main menu of the game allows for you to even change the voice of your character and provides a load of options with regard to this.

PLAYING THE GAME.

As mentioned earlier, the players will have to play the game in a closed environment. Mitrasphere is a turn based game therefore players will have to wait their turn to make a move. The game is played by using a set of given combination attacks to defeat the opposing players in the arena.

The game sets off with a quite lengthy and time consuming ordeal. Players will have to carefully use their given attack and skill options in order to win the game. Each attack has a time period for reload once used. This is the most striking feature of the game which makes it extremely fun to play. A bar is placed towards the left of your attack box which will fill up every time the player’s casts a move. Once the bar has been completely filled up the player can use it to deliver a special and devastating blow to the opponent.

The players will have to level up by winning and collecting as many experience points as they can. Each win will give the players a set of rewards which can be used for upgrading their weapons etc. The game also features an Auto-play option which will come to the aid of players in case they find it too difficult.
It is quite important that players claim all their rewards as it will help them tremendously later in the game.

ONLINE GAMING.

The game allows you to add upto five players in the multiplayer gaming. This will be an interesting feature in the game as it involves proper strategizing to play it this way. The game also features a live chatroom function where any message typed will appear on the main screen itself which makes it quite continent. The players are given a set of servers from which they can select any one and enter.

SYSTEM REQUIRMENTS.

First Impression of Mitra Sphere [Download File Attached]

DEVELOPER: Bank of Innovation.

VERDICT
The game can given be a rating of 7/10.

APK
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwIUHqHhJHmhN1NzRFZBZUdkVU0[APK FILE FOR MITRA SPHERE]

BattleTech beta slated for March 15, and there’s room for you

BattleTech beta slated for March 15, and there’s room for you

The multi-million dollar Kickstarter for BattleTech will soon begin to bear fruit with a backers-only beta, currently scheduled for March 15. Pre-orders are available through a service called Backerkit, and will grant access to the beta at the $50 level.

That price is expected to rise by $10 on Feb. 15.

The team at Harebrained Schemes, which includes series co-creator Jordan Weisman, went the crowdfunding route in 2015 and raised more than $2.78 million for the turn-based strategy game. We had hands-on with it last year at Gen Con in Indianapolis, Indiana and the small slice that we played was rock solid.

Since then, the team has been hard at work fleshing out the campaign as well as the multiplayer component. In an update posted to Kickstarter just a few days ago, Harebrained said the upcoming beta would include a single-player skirmish mode as well as a one-on-one multiplayer mode.

“The Beta will include a subset of the ‘Mechs and Maps that will be found in the game at launch,” the team wrote. “Note that the Backer Beta will not include the story campaign or mercenary company management, nor will it include the ability to modify your `Mech loadouts. We hope to update the Beta later with the `Mech Lab feature but can’t commit to that at this time.”

The date is described as a target date, and should be expected to slip.

“While we’re on track for this date and looking good, this IS game development,” stated the update. “Please take the date with the expected grain of salt. Something may break as we head into this date and it may require us to take additional time to fix it to ensure a good experience for our participants.”

There’s no plans for a non-disclosure agreement, so expect to see lots of BattleTech content popping up in the usual places like YouTube and Twitch next month. The game has an expected release date in May of this year.

Fire Emblem Heroes Beginner’s Guide, Starting The Game With 5 Star Heroes

Its only been 2 days since Nintendo and Intelligent Systems released Fire Emblem Heroes on iOS and Android, and while its success cannot be compared to that of Pokemon Go, it remains quite popular. The tactical RPG featuring heroes from various of the franchise’s representatives, such as Awakening, Fates, Conquest, and more, is indeed quite fun and challenging, with various modes, and more updates to come. This guide will help you get started in the game with a strong 5 stars hero (or more depending on your luck and effort).

Step 1 – Obtaining your first 20 Orbs

If Fire Emblem Heroes is a full-fledged Tactical RPG like the other episodes of the license, it borrows some of the mechanics of the mobile market, because let’s face it, the main goal of F2P games is to make money through micro-transactions. One of its mechanics is of course its system that randomly summons heroes from a large pool. It goes without saying that in addition to being random, each draw is not free and that is why we will explain how to optimize the first 5 heroes you summon as much as possible.

Fire Emblem Heroes Beginner's Guide, Starting The Game With 5 Star Heroes

First of all, you have to know that to summon a hero, you need to spend 5 Orbs. The Orbs are earned by playing through the story, by connecting regularly, participating in events, or by completing certain missions. And of course, orbs can also be bought with a swipe of your credit card. That being said, Orbs are pretty easy to get at the beginning of the game (but much harder later on) since when you finish the tutorial of Fire Emblem Heroes, you will have as much as 15 free Orbs on hand. It is strongly recommended, however, that you do not summon heroes immediately.

Fire Emblem Heroes offers players a sort of summoning discount when summoning 5 heroes in succession. The first summon costs 5 Orbs, the next 3 each cost 4 Orbs each, and the fifth and last one only costs 3 Orbs. In sum, with 20 Orbs, it is possible to summon 5 heroes. If you leave the summon menu, the initial price will revert to 5 Orbs again, and so on. So again, it is strongly recommended that you play until you have 20 Orbs before you start summoning.

Once these 20 Orbs in hand, you can finally get started.

Step 2 – Summoning and Rerolling

Basically, if you use up your 20 Orbs and aren’t satisfied with the heroes you got, simply delete all your data and start over. You will have to go through the tutorial again and earn the 20 orbs required, but at least you’ll have a second chance at obtaining rare 5 star heroes. And having finished the first 9 chapters of the game, I can already tell that after a while, it will get awfully hard to obtain Orbs. This is why you should not link the game to your Nintendo account before performing the first set of summons.

Fire Emblem Heroes Beginner's Guide, Starting The Game With 5 Star Heroes

Let’s also point out that while 5 stars is the maximum rank of heroes you can summon, it is also possible increase the number stars of heroes with a lower rarity, assuming you invest a lot of playing time. Clearly, it is better to get heroes with 5 stars, but having a hero that you like with only 4 or even 3 stars is nothing dramatic.

At the moment it is possible to summon heroes from two different Focus pools, Legendary Heroes and Deep Devotion (note that these will expire on February 15, 2017, which limits your chances of getting the rare heroes).

The Legendary Heroes pool has Marth, Lucina, Tiki and Robin as rare summons, while Deep Devotion boasts Lyn, Roy, Camilla and Takumi.

As a personal tip, I would suggest going with Legendary Heroes for your first set of summons and try to get Robin. Aside from being an extremely powerful mage with good defensive stats, Robin also has an ability that grants his attacks an advantage over colorless units.

For Honor Open Beta Starts February 9th, 2017

Ubisoft has announced the swordfighting game For Honor will start Open Beta next week from February 9 to 12. The full game will be coming out on February 14th, 2017 for PC, Xbox One and PS4.

The Open Beta features four modes: Elimination, Dominion, Brawl, and Duel. There are nine heroes in the Open Beta. The full game contains 12 heroes and five modes, so Open Beta players are getting to try a good chunk of the complete game’s content. The Open Beta is being held on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

World of For Honor

The world of For Honor is harsh, yet filled with beautiful wildlands, grandiose landmarks, and majestic ruins. Its hardy inhabitants eke a living as they can in spite of living in a state of near perpetual war. A cataclysm struck a millenium ago, nearly destroying all civilizations. Homelands were sundered, empires burned, and whole nations exiled themselves. From the ashes of this catastrophe, the Knights, Vikings, and Samurai rose again. They struggled to rebuild their nations, trying to recapture the glory of their ancestors.

For Honor Open Beta Starts February 9th, 2017

Carve a path of destruction through vivid, larger-than-life battlefields in For Honor, a ground-breaking action game developed by Ubisoft Montreal in collaboration with other Ubisoft studios.

For Honor will be released on February 14, 2017 on PlayStation 4 system, Xbox One, and PC.

Pierce the fog of war and join bold Knights, brutal Vikings, and deadly Samurais as they battle across lush, challenging battle maps. Master medieval weaponry and participate in brutal, fast-paced melee combat in an engaging story campaign and novel multiplayer modes.

The Art of Battle, For Honor’s innovative control system, puts you in total control of your Heroes. Each has distinct skills and uses unique melee weapons. Combat is designed to deliver the feeling of true dueling without sacrificing accessibility and simplicity. It has been created through motion capture by real martial artists and professional stuntmen to bring the action to life like never before.

Factions

Knights

For Honor Open Beta Starts February 9th, 2017

The Knights of Ashfeld are brash paragons of might.

They were sent by the Iron Legions to pacify the land. They’ve since acquired a taste for freedom and have made Ashfeld their home. They believe that many – if not all – of the ancient ruins that cover their lands were built by the Great Empire, the precursor of the Iron Legion.

For Honor Open Beta Starts February 9th, 2017

Disorganized for centuries, Ashfeld’s Knights have mostly been a collection of petty warlords and roving bands of mercenary knights. In the last decade, they have been corralled under a single banner, often at sword point, by Ashfeld’s Blackstone Legion, led by Apollyon.

So far, the Knights have managed to defend Ashfeld from Vikings and Samurai attacks. Apollyon argues that a threat of war is imminent and tells stragglers that joining her Legion is the only guarantee they will hold onto their lands.

Samurai

For Honor Open Beta Starts February 9th, 2017

History has not been kind to the Samurai.

Originally from a land far away across the seas, they tell a tale of an Emperor and a homeland lost to sea and fire. Nearly a millennium later, the nomadic nation has ceased its wandering and built a new empire near the reclaimed homelands of the Vikings and the contested lands of the Knights.

For Honor Open Beta Starts February 9th, 2017

Having spent the last decades acclimating to the marshy hills known as the Myre, they flourish but remain vastly outnumbered by their neighbors. They have to rely on greater martial skill, cunning, and devotion to their culture in order to survive – for they may be the last of their kind.

Vikings

For Honor Open Beta Starts February 9th, 2017

The Vikings vanished centuries ago, fleeing their crumbling homelands for shores unknown.

Those left behind were conquered by the Knights and assimilated into their cultures.

For Honor Open Beta Starts February 9th, 2017

The Vikings returned in great numbers a few centuries ago. They came from far across the sea to where they have established a new homeland. They retuned for many reasons, but mostly to reclaim their ancient homeland in the North: Valkeinheim. Hundreds of Viking clans now coexist in relative peace in the frozen tundra. To the outside observer, however, they seem to exist in a state of perpetual civil war.

Vikings are the undisputed masters of the sea and fresh water. When this raucous nation gathers together in massive armadas of dragon-headed ships, they are fearsome to behold and nigh unstoppable.

Maps

For Honor features amazing battle maps and arenas created to deliver the best, most realistic melee combat experience possible.

Citadel Gate

Cathedral

Overwatch

Forest

River Fort

Canyon

Story Modes

Campaign

Playable as single-player and two-player co-op, the For Honor story mode is an immersive tale of larger-than-life warriors plunged into one of the bloodiest wars between Knights, Vikings, and Samurai in recent history.

Hundreds of years after a cataclysm reshaped the world, Knights, Vikings, and Samurai have adapted and thrive once more. Each now has the power to defy the other factions, tipping a fragile equilibrium into all-out war.

Embodying the greatest warriors of each faction, players experience some of the defining moments that led to the war. Dealing with manipulation, betrayal, and catastrophic reversal, they will need wits and skills to ensure victory.

Storming castles and fortresses, turning the tide of key battles, and defeating deadly bosses in intense duels, players will incarnate as battle-hardened heroes who will shape the course of a violent history.

Multiplayer

Dominion

In this 4v4 battle you must break the opposing team’s morale and then eliminate them. You do so by scoring points through killing enemies, capturing specific areas, and controlling them over time.

Once a team reaches 1000 points, the opposite teams breaks and can no longer spawn unless they kill opponents or recapture areas. A team wins by killing the last hero of a breaking team.

Duel

Battle it out against a single opponent in a best of five-round fight in an arena! Use your mastery of your hero’s moveset to slay your opponent. You must do so without feats or radar to pinpoint your opponent’s position.

Be on the lookout, and tap into your skills!

Brawl

This is a 2v2, best-of-five rounds battle to the death. Each hero spawns at a different point of the map. A team wins a battle when they’ve eliminated the last hero of the opposing team. There are no respawns.

Battle arenas are filled with traps and ledges, so exploit your environment to your advantage!

For Honor Open Beta Starts February 9th, 2017