• By: Mohamed Waly
  • Posted on Tuesday 13th Oct, 2020
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Review: PvP shooter Blaston

Very few VR developers can claim to have dozens of video games in their catalog, with the ability to not say that most of them are of high quality. Part of this niche group, Resolution Games is creating casual and fun games like Akron: Squirrel Attack and Cooking: A Sandwich Story. Like these two, the studio continues to focus on multiplayer VR games in its latest endeavor, PvP shooter Blaston.

Unlike the aforementioned video games that have a party, their teamwork spirit with PvP shooter Blaston is very different in this regard. Toe-to-toe with the opponent, this is more like classic double wrestling or sword fight; If they are in a futuristic neon arena filled with a variety of weapons. And to make the action even more exciting, all gunfire is in slow motion, so get Neo's best impressions at the ready.

Wearing a suitably shiny uniform that serves no purpose other than to show your current flair in cyberpunk style, matches are a simple two-round affair. All you have to do is to exhaust your opponent's health bar twice to win. It's not an easy task when you're standing on a platform a meter wide or so punctuated by an array of projectiles from tiny rifle-shaped spheres to giant pink orbs of death.

As mentioned, PvP shooter Blaston isn't about piercing reflexes and bending and twisting like a ballerina around a glowing bullet because they're all in slow motion. While the projectiles are coming towards you at snail speed, you are free to move however you like. This process then creates a strategic dynamic between trying to avoid getting hit as well as responding by shooting in quick succession, resulting in short, intense fights in which you are fully involved.

PvP shooter Blaston

All players start with six standard weapons that cover the basics like quick-fire pistols, shields, and shotguns. All of these appear around your platform - not all of them all at once - as each will have a specific recharge time.

No reloads to worry about the holster or any of the normal mechanics that PvP shooter Blaston expects is all about active lane traffic. All weapons contain a specified amount of ammunition and once empty, throw them away - or better still, stay on your opponent because the weapon can still deal damage or remove incoming projectiles.

After a few bouts, it's time to head to the store as Resolution Games begins adding some much-needed depth to the experience. Leveling up will unlock new goodies with a huge amount of weapons and character livers to choose from. It can be purchased with the credits earned from each match or you can drop the actual money on a "PvP shooter Blaston" which can then be converted into credits if you wish. Once you unlock a few guns, it becomes easy to mix up your strategy, carrying large guns may seem cool but if it takes too long to recharge, you may find yourself defenseless.

The developer was also able to address the issue by finding the opponents fairly well. There are two options before any fight, press the "double" button to dive live online or setup / join a companion. The former is the main entry point to PvP shooter Blaston and will probably match you with a robot if there are no human players. If someone appears suddenly, you will be notified, and you will instantly win the robot match before heading into a suitable battle. On the other hand, you can set up a match with a friend in a similar way to Resolution Games' other multiplayer titles, create a room and you'll have a code that your buddy can enter simply.
It's simple that PvP shooter Blaston works well in. Unlike Iron Lights which also has a slow-motion combat feature as well as an endurance bar that changes speed, PvP shooter Blaston is all about getting stuck and trying to do a lot of damage as quickly as possible.

There are no frills or other fancy mechanics to deal with, making it easy to pick and play for anyone. Plus, you don't have to worry about nausea, because everything depends on the movement of the body. Watch a shot coming towards you, then out of the way - don't skip the mind, it will likely cause some damage. However, PvP shooter Blaston is very frequent and feels more towards robots. They don't seem to have a hard time setting up - unless that's based on your experience level - so it's very easy to send them in after a while. Like any multiplayer game, we hope this will change over time as more people join. There is also only one yard at the moment, it would have been nice to add more variety in that regard.

PvP shooter Blaston is another great example that can only be made in virtual reality and is well suited for Oculus Quest. Fast and furious gameplay is instantaneous, grab a gun and shoot it, with the real enjoyment that comes from dribbling everywhere.
 It's like you're in a sci-fi dribbling tournament without the worry of the ball hitting you in the face. Plus the studio has managed to give it that wow factor with some really cool aesthetics. If you are looking for a very engaging experience, isn't it, PvP shooter Blaston is more suitable for quick gaming sessions.

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