Grab The Games: Killsquad
And guess what? I am back with another review for all you guys! This time I am thrilled to review Killsquad. But what is this game? Is it worth the hype? Should you play it at this state or wait for the title to be out of early access? Stick around, and you will find out now. Let’s start by mentioning a few things about the game itself. This is not the future you dreamt of. The Galaxy is in chaos, planets go rogue, and mega-corporations assemble Killsquads to raid whatever riches and bounty are left.
Welcome to Killsquad: a hardcore action RPG done by hardcore RPG fans. A game that blends the best of the genre and presents a new universe for you to discover. Set up your team, choose your heroes, weapons, and gear, and unleash hell on a fast-paced battle through hordes of monsters and deadly bosses. Are you interested in reading more about the game? Keep reading our review below.
To begin with, the very first aspect that surprised me is the artwork of the title and in general, the atmosphere of the game. The graphics of Killsquad are not the best, but each level is full of details, and you can run the game in pretty much every PC, so no complaints here. However, there is always room for improvement in both areas. Moreover, the sounds and the soundtrack, in general, are excellent. Another positive aspect that I should mention, at least for me is the fact that each character has a variety of skill sets and I love the whole idea of level as you go, gain more skills and defeat your enemies in various way possible.
This aspect allows the player to be able to try each one of the characters and not stick with a single one while having to start for zero when you need to do the next mission if you pick a different one. The price is also fair, and the game is as polished as it can be for an early access title. Unfortunately, there are some negative aspects that I should mention. The game needs improvement in the level design area. Some of the planets feel and look the same. The game also is meant to be played by 2 or more players because if you only try it as a single-player, it gets monotonous quickly and you can’t enjoy it to the fullest.
To sum up, Killsquad is not a bad game but not that good either. It has a long way ahead of it to reach its true potentials. It is mostly bug-free, and I had fun while playing it despite the negative aspects. I hope that all these negative aspects will be faced before the title exits early access and that this title will get the attention it deserves.