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GAMEREVIEW Anthem: a moordgriet that too bright ‘hard to get’ play
Games Anthem got quite a bit of criticism to swallow. The so-called lootshooter was plagued by bugs, the story was dull, the RPG elements were too complex and the however, wonderful world appeared to be to lifeless. Not bad, and the hype surrounding the game also didn't help. Only after several dozens of hours of gameplay showed Anthem us his true face. It is beautiful, but to really enjoy you need a damn lot of trouble.

In Anthem , you play a character on a beautiful exotic planet that you are in third person perspective and can explore in your Iron Man-like suit. The bang that the sky choose is bold, and the agility of your exoskeleton and feels powerful. When you have water to shave in order to avoid overheating, splashes the water, also delicious. Areas are connected by huge differences in altitude, resulting in a relatively small area, a large game world to fit.

On the planet there are some wild animals that you can tackle, but you also have to do with human opponents, humanoid insects, and grotesque monsters. You can have four suits (Javelins) can be unlocked with a variety of equipment, including a lot of firearms, energieschilden and special attacks such as fireballs, lightning bolts, ijsscherven, etc. Per equipment can also have some upgrades to choose from. It is all very overwhelming, especially when you realised that certain combinations of attacks are also lucrative combos deliver.

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