Good Gameplay ***Update - I bought a 50 pack of targets but it never got applied. I emailed screenshots of the receipt and a shot showing it was never applied. I have yet to receive a response on a refund. Terrible customer service. Despite the app force closing at the start. My experience has been pretty good. I don't like the mission that require you to purchase something to play them. But that's all part of the Mobile experience at this point. But overall, great continuation of 2 already great games.
Pretty good So far, you have to wait to get energy back, which with the odd premium mission is how they make their money I guess. But its easily on par with the precious versions and its very welcome distraction from other games. Hopefully the missions will keep on rolling (or repeating) instead of the game just ending without being able to get all the weapons.
Fun at first... Good gameplay with great mechanics, but the level curve is far too steep and it takes way too long to keep your rifle mods current and realevant to the available missions. It took days to get one part (without spending any money to do it), then the current missions adapted to become harder once i had it, so it was for nothing (in East Sleaze). If something was done to fix this steep leveling curve to a much more moderate rate then this could be a 4 star or better game. Lots of mods parts, only 3 rifle type
Enjoyable, but a Sell-Out The game is definitely fun and requires some form of skill, but it relies too much on micro transactions even from the start. Not to mention the energy system being far too easy to waste and time/money wasting to recharge. If this were a proper game the need for these would be much more balanced, but unfortunately so many developers fall to greed these days. I suppose if you still want to have some entertaining and decently challenging gameplay, this is still good for that
Good but... One of the biggest things I liked about this series is that it was never riddled with microtransactions. This is no longer the case. Instead of buying the game, it's free; except now you need "energy" that runs out very quickly as missions require more and more. Upgrades are increasingly harder to buy. You want my support? Don't strong arm me into thinking the only way to progress through the game this decade is by buying more & more upgrades.
At first it's quite fun The first two areas are fun and slowly grow in challenge. The third area is when you decided to milk the upgrade necessity. I won't be playing anymore as I need to upgrade half my gun with two extra steps to properly shoot. Oh well. A gradual difficulty and upgrade requirement is fine. This is not gradual, and it screams of "Buy target points to make it easier"