Empire Of Angels IV Review (PlayStation 4)
This Empire Of Angels IV Review brings us a shining orb that no one has seen before and it appears on the Land of Asgard. It blows out the peaceful days sustained for hundred years. We play as Niya, the captain of Valkyrie Kingdom, and try to become the savior of the world. Empire of Angels IV is an SLG with challenging puzzles, high freedom degree trans-job system, excellent art, and a humorous battle scene.
Empire Of Angels IV Review Pros:
- Nice anime chibi graphics.
- 2.86GB download size.
- Platinum trophy.
- Works on Playstation 5.
- RPG gameplay.
- Battle animations can be set to play/simple/skip.
- Autoplay story option – on/off.
- Chinese voice.
- Tutorial pop-ups as you play.
- Turn-based combat.
- The World is made up of grids that show obstacles or enemy/characters’ ranges of attacks.
- Can rewatch tutorials.
- Before combat, you can select your team and arrange where they deploy.
- A world map that fills in with locations as your progress.
- In-game cutscenes and art, scenes tell the story.
- The environment can be used for cover or you can attack and break it.
- After a battle, you get a battle rank and rewards.
- Battles will have a set of optional tasks rated normal and hard. You get bonus rewards.
- A lot of boobs.
- Great looking locations.
- Round counter.
- The camera allows you to spin it around in your turn.
- Big boss encounters.
- Earn EXP and level up to increase stats and get new abilities.
Empire Of Angels IV Review Cons:
- Slow starter.
- Combat has a weird stop-start motion between phases.
- Constant difficulty spikes.
- Within the first hour, you won’t get to see what leveling up does or use any possible items.
- No way to skip or fast forward the enemy’s turn phase or actions.
- A lot of boobs.
- Characters can have very specific but not obvious abilities and placement requirements.
- General slow pace to it all.
- Boss encounters are just loads of adds spawning over and over.
- Cannot zoom in and out of the battles.
- All fights land up being a war of attrition rather than strategy.
- Attacks and even healing all feel like a dice roll as you never really know what damage you will deal or what health you will get back, it’s inconsistent.
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- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 6/106/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 6/106/10
- Fun Factor - 5/105/10