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Battleheart 2
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Battleheart 2

Battleheart 2 review

Battleheart 2 is a sequel, based on the original successful game to make it much better for fans and rookies. Low interest to Battleheart Legacy gave developers an idea of what do gamers love. That’s why this title sticks to origins. You won’t see much of a plot going in the game as it’s a multiplayer oriented world. The universe is settled on a medieval fantasy map, which outplays classics at their best. The idea is quite similar to the first chapter, but all features are polished to provide you with a more modern gaming experience. Design and Usability 9/10 Medieval aesthetics of Battleheart 2 are glazed with a unique style of drawing. There’s an attractive soulful charm, which is hiding behind the simple cartoonish image. Again, fans valued it 8 years ago, so graphics are of the same style, but thoughtfully polished to provide a more immersive and deep feeling of fable live. Despite the simplicity, all textures and sprites are detailed enough. Characters’ costumes are richly embroidered. It’s impossible to leave the music unnoticed. All sound effects traveled from the original game to save the classic atmosphere. Tunes are always up to place and change from situations and locations. They are still taken from the origin but remastered to higher quality. Battleheart 1 pioneered with intuitive and simple touch-controls, so they saved basic mechanics formulas. Those gamers, who didn’t try it before would delve into controls in seconds. Moving and fighting are based on one-finger swipes. Automatic team moves are also well-balanced. When enemies are close to teammates, they start standing on the defensive and attacking automatically. There’s only one drawback, which is caused by half-baked character switch controls. It’s quite difficult to choose the one you need, when heroes overlap when the battle is on. The problem may be obviated by...

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Pros:

  • Nice looking medieval fantasy RPG
  • Balanced fighting system
  • Loyal ranking system
  • Big community.

Cons:

  • There’s no co-op mode in the multiplayer
  • It’s not very comfortable to play with a gamepad.
9.00
Design and Usability
9.00
Key Functions
10.00
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Battleheart 2 Review

Battleheart 2 is a sequel, based on the original successful game to make it much better for fans and rookies. Low interest to Battleheart Legacy gave developers an idea of what do gamers love. That’s why this title sticks to origins. You won’t see much of a plot going in the game as it’s a multiplayer oriented world. The universe is settled on a medieval fantasy map, which outplays classics at their best. The idea is quite similar to the first chapter, but all features are polished to provide you with a more modern gaming experience.

Design and Usability 9/10

Medieval aesthetics of Battleheart 2 are glazed with a unique style of drawing. There’s an attractive soulful charm, which is hiding behind the simple cartoonish image. Again, fans valued it 8 years ago, so graphics are of the same style, but thoughtfully polished to provide a more immersive and deep feeling of fable live. Despite the simplicity, all textures and sprites are detailed enough. Characters’ costumes are richly embroidered.

It’s impossible to leave the music unnoticed. All sound effects traveled from the original game to save the classic atmosphere. Tunes are always up to place and change from situations and locations. They are still taken from the origin but remastered to higher quality.

Battleheart 1 pioneered with intuitive and simple touch-controls, so they saved basic mechanics formulas. Those gamers, who didn’t try it before would delve into controls in seconds. Moving and fighting are based on one-finger swipes. Automatic team moves are also well-balanced. When enemies are close to teammates, they start standing on the defensive and attacking automatically. There’s only one drawback, which is caused by half-baked character switch controls. It’s quite difficult to choose the one you need, when heroes overlap when the battle is on. The problem may be obviated by making chains of attacks for each hero.

Key Functions 9/10

Each session starts with the map screen, where you can choose one of the randomly displayed battles. Each fight icon has information about rewards and difficulty. Unlike many other RPGs, you can add any class character to your team for free. All progressive heroes are purchasable with skill points. To become competitive for difficult battles you are required to grind in rookie events, but not for a very long period of time.

The only thing, which Battleheart 2 lack is an online co-op mode. As soon as you can create multiplayer rooms it’s a very wanted feature.

Security 10/10

There were no negative comments upon account security in the community so far. The application doesn’t need any access to personal data on your device.

Conclusion

Battleheart 2 is a brilliantly balanced touch arcade RPG with a 9-year history of its precursor. Fans would enjoy modernized classic features such as graphics, music and character catalog. One of the best touch-screen RPGs so far.

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