Today I am very excited to present you a game called Kill Shot Bravo published by Hothead Games. So let `s get to the point. Kill Shot Bravo is the latest in a long, long line of pay-to-win games in that your average Joey Joystick need not spend a penny on the game, but if they want to unlock cool stuff or access missions and weaponry faster, they’re getting their wallet out. I’m not a fan of the free-to-play approach, as it feels a bit too much like the developer’s taking the game hostage. Nevertheless, if you have money to burn on a mobile game, you can buy the in-game currency and beat the game faster, but if you’re a tight-arse like me, you’ll need to wait the agonizing period of these items becoming available. Money-grubbing aside, it’s an on-rails shooter where you’re tasked to complete a series of micro-missions (of which there are loads) that last for no more than a minute, but the quick pace of play keeps you coming back for more. The main bulk comes in sniping missions, where you take a point from a stationary position, and try and pick off your enemies as quickly as possible. These start off easy, but as the missions progress, you have to be more careful; for instance, if you fire off a shot, your other targets will not sit around in an orderly queue waiting to die, so it’s imperative to figure out the best plan of attack to take them all out without getting capped yourself.
Kill Shot Bravo Gameplay and Review
And now we are in the gameplay section and we will go deeper into the game mechanics and gameplay. Being a mobile game, Kill Shot Bravo is controlled entirely by using the touchscreen, and this works superbly, as it allows the player to be that touch more precise, making it a breeze to line up satisfying headshots. The controls work with absolute ease; navigating them was a genuinely pleasant experience, and their smoothness only helped make the game better. Aside from a stacked single-player campaign, one can also play online. Now, anyone with any sort of experience with Call of Duty should be instantly wary, as the online component of these games is generally full of jumped up little shits who love to brag about their non-existent sexual prowess with your mother, or how, if you roundly beat them in a game, how you have no life whatsoever. Kill Shot Bravo’s is, relatively, okay. Some of the players in the global chat are a bit childish, and every so often you might see someone pop off about the size of their penis or go on an anti-black rant, but otherwise, the community is fair. The PVP component of the game is also excellent, coming to the player in sniper duel form. Taking the strongest part of the game and turning that into your competitive component was a shrewd move by Hothead, and as a result, it makes for insanely addictive online play. I’ve already sunk an unhealthy amount of time into the online portion – it’s just that good.