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Kicks Online review

Kicks Online Review

Developer: Entermate

Genre: 3D Sports Online Multiplayer Game

Platform: Windows

Game Site: www.gametribe.com

Hello Everyone,

So here I present my review on Kicks Online . It didn’t really disappoint me. Kicks Online is somewhat unique in it’s category given the fact that there aren’t many MMOs like this. Seriously, it was quite challenging, especially the quests. What makes it more special is that there aren’t many Football MMOs in this gaming world. Another important feature of this game is that it is for English speaking audiences, as well as for other languages too! When you start the game you get to create an avatar which is quite generic. Once when you start playing matches from your character, you earn experience and points to spend on buying skills (like scissors kick, step over and many more), goal celebrations, and various items like clothes and a lot more.

The basic mission in this game is to team up with other players, play against your opponent in a 3 on 3,4 on 4 or 5 on 5 situation in a quick match. The rules are completely of street football types. Which means, no throw ins, no goal kick, and stuff like that. The maximum level in the game is 55. The developers haven’t implemented penalty kicks, free kicks which means players are free to tackle their opponent in any way, playing their heart out. Goalkeeper is played by the computer. You can choose to be a defender, striker or a midfielder.

The graphics of the game are pretty good though I lag sometimes (that’s my PC’s problem). But otherwise they are quite smooth and if you have a good computer you won’t lag much (in fact not at all). The only problem is that the field size is quite small so if there is match between 5 players on each side, it looks quite messy, and even in terms of performance, it doesn’t look good. Honestly speaking, 4 on 4 is best in every way. Though if you want a lot of experience you should play matches on the basis of 5 on 5. In short, the more the number of players in a game, the more experience you will gain.

The only thing I didn’t like in this game was sound. Though it signifies that the developers are concentrating more on gameplay rather than other things. In beginning the background music which is played during the character selection screen and in-game seems very passionate and energetic, which should be there in a sports game, but later you might get annoyed, particularly I felt it was quite screechy and so disturbing that I had to low down the volume of it. The sound effects are good and are definitely something you would expect to be in a football game.

One of the best feature of this MMOSG is that you can create your own club once you are level 25 which is quite an exciting and somewhat like a dream for many crazy football fans. Getting to level 25 doesn’t seem much difficult since I am myself level 6 now (I did it in less than a week playing for only about 1-2 hours daily).

There are 6 servers in this game, one is the World Server for level 1 - 10 players (though players with higher level can play in it), the second one is for players with level up to 11 - 22. The third one is for players from level 22 - 55. The fourth one is the Tournament Server for which you must be there in a club. The fifth is the Club Server; again it requires you to be in a club. The last one is Practice Mode server, which is for practicing your skills or if you are playing a match with less 3 players on a side (playing in a practice mode doesn’t give your character any experience).

Overall I would rate the game like this -

Gameplay - 8 out of 10

Sound - 4 out of 10

Graphics - 6.5 out of 10

Overall rating - 7 out of 10

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