Hello, and welcome to Ausar's first review of games! This is something that I merely felt like doing, to occupy my time.Today, I'll be reviewing none other than... BBG!
Battle Bears Gold, if you already didn't know, is SkyVu's flagship third-person shooter game. It was launched on either 2011 or 2010, and has millions of downloads. But is it really that good? Let's find out.
The gameplay of BBG takes place in 11 different maps, 3 different gamemodes and 11 classes to choose from, though most of them need to be purchased. Players work together to win Plant the Bomb, get stuck in a frenzy in Free-For-All, and run all around the map to kill enemies in Team Battle. The button placement is rather good. It is accessible by your fingers easily and is customizable. However, one thing that ruined the gameplay is the overpowered classes. If you are using one of the main 4 classes, you will get wrecked by the 100 Gas-priced classes. It is downright annoying. Another thing is that the rating system is unmonitered, resulting in people getting temporarily banned for no reason.
I give the gameplay a 7.1 out of 10.
The music is great, from the electro of Space Oddity to the creepy theme of Haunted Castle. Even the main menu music is outdone. Two of the stages' music are available on Soundcloud, so I had a great time listening to it.
I give the music a full score of 10 out of 10.
The stuff in BBG that you can buy in the in-game store is pretty worth it, and makes a huge difference in the playing field. Weapons for the first 4 classes are very balanced. Others? Not at all. Some weapons are almost useless, while others can blow up your enemy from across the map.
The in-app purchases are pretty worth it, and can get you a premium class or two with your purchases. Unfortunately, SkyVu has gotten a tad bit greedy, so almost everything is priced in Gas, the premium money. However, the free Gas offers don't even work 90% of the time, so you're left to buy it.
I give the value for purchases a 8.5 out of 10
BBG is a fun Freemium game, but it feels like it lacks a thing or two. The community is great, but there are an insane amount of hackers, though it has been reduced with the Rating System. The first debut of BBG was great; but it kinda died out when they switched to Version 2.0.
I give Battle Bears Gold an Ausar rating a 7.05 out of 10. Thanks for reading this review! Let me know what you think in the comment section. And...
Question: If you were able to do something in BBG that other players couldn't, what would it be?