Jogo Micro Machines World Series - Xbox One
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Detalhes do produto
- Descontinuado pelo fabricante : Não
- Idioma : Inglês
- Dimensões do produto : 1.27 x 13.46 x 17.02 cm; 90.72 g
- Número do modelo : D1389
- ASIN : B01MYAEE7X
Ranking dos mais vendidos:
Nº 4,436 em Games e Consoles (Conheça o Top 100 na categoria Games e Consoles)
- Nº 322 em Jogos para Xbox One
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Descrição do produto
----------------------------------- Jogo Micro Machines World Series - Xbox One ------------------------------------ Micro Machines World Series é um videogame de corrida desenvolvido e publicado pela Codemasters para Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux, PlayStation 4 e Xbox One. Seja dirigindo um Spy Car destruindo um Hovercraft com um NERF Blaster na sala de jogos ou um caminhão basculante explodindo um tanque com um Dynamite Launcher no jardim, Micro Machines World Series terá jogadores de todas as idades sorrindo de orelha a orelha ao entregar uma carnificina absoluta. ------------------------------------ CARACTERISTICAS Quantidade de Jogadores: 2 Idioma de Legendas: Inglês Garantia: 3 Meses contra defeitos de fabricação ------------------------------------ INFORMAÇÕES IMPORTANTES -Compras realizadas até as 12:00 normalmente enviamos no mesmo dia! -Não enviamos via carta registrada
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Before even starting the game, you are required to download an additional 4gb update. After the update is installed, the menu section is pretty bare bones. In the Play tab, there's only 4 modes. The modes are: Special Event, Quick Play, Ranked Match, and Skirmish. Special Event is like the Arcade mode in Overwatch where there's a custom rules for the mode and it changes from time to time. If you play that event you are given a free loot box just for playing it.
The next mode is called quick play. This is where most of the games you will be playing. There are three types of modes: Battle, Racing, Elimination. Battle is basically a team death-match style gameplay. Each car in the game has their own abilities and passive and also an ultimate. I felt the battle mechanics was a bit wonky and did not enjoy playing this mode as much I would like. The next mode is the traditional racing mode where you race around tight and wacky courses for X amount of laps. For this mode, all the cars handle about the same so picking a car is just for style. The controls for the most part are very tight however the game suffers from bad hitbox detection and also rubberbanding A.I. What I mean from these problems is that for the former you will always get hit from weapons or still be pushed away even if you didn't see the weapons hitting you at all. This problem also gets annoying when you re-spawn to the track and get pushed off again. For the latter, the A.I. will catch up to you despite how far of a lead you have against them. Thus, artificially making the race more intense rather than relying on skill to win. The last mode is called elimination, is where a knockout style mode where the person has to outrun the others and try to make it to first. If you are too far behind the camera, you will get eliminated from that round. The objective is to keep racing until your bar crosses the checkered flag. This mode is a handicap for new players since, you are not familiar with the course it could lead to players getting eliminated pretty early in the round or falling off the track which equals losing that round. What all these modes suffer from is that since the game is still new, there's not many human players playing; which leads to many races racing against a few players while the rest of the grid are AI players.
Next mode is Ranked match. However, as of writing this review once you reached the level 10 requirement to unlock this mode you still have to wait over 3 months to play competitive. With a very few amounts of modes and maps, I have a feeling the online community will be quite empty if Codemasters don't provide updates on a monthly basis.
The last mode is called Skrimish; where you can race local split-screen with other players or with A.I. in the three modes found in quick play.
Overall, the game does have some fun elements in it but as a whole package it is completely lackluster. There is very few selection of cars, the gameplay and the modes can get repetitive with a very few selection of maps and stages. For $30, it is a very steep price for the lack of content you are receiving in the game and have to wait 3 months for ranked matches will test the patience and longevity of this game for gamers.
Thank you for taking the time to read this review and have a good day.