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The first three is the first three hours of a video game; a review is based on those three hours. If a game can’t capture your imagination in the first three hours, then it might not be worth it.
Time, it passes us by quickly and before you know it video games have changed! How dare the younger generation to have their own take on video games, quirky little bastards. I had to give Fortnite a crack, huge fan base and lots of insane tweens killing each other, welcome to 2018.
First thoughts on this game are that it is weird and out of my comfort zone, it emphasizes insanity, and non-uniform clothing, last PVP game I played was Battlefield 1 – this game was uniform dammit! No pink clothes and weird hats, just proper ole fashioned WW1 clothes. Member when a war was horrific and had no dancing in it? I member.
Here is the thing about ageing and keep in mind I am in my very late twenties, so I haven’t felt the full severity of this yet, but I can see it coming – the battle royal scene I am kind of okay with but Fortnite’s aesthetic is something that confuses me but when you look at the target audience it makes sense, younger gamers whose parents are concerned a shooter game might bring violence out in them, this game has no blood and is wholly based in fantasy, even the dying is sugar-coated, so the little ones aren’t scared off.
Truth be told I don’t think I played 3 hours of this, I would still recommend it but its not my cup of tea – its like recommending a movie you hate to a friend who you think will enjoy it.
Lies, I suck so I quit. Evidence below.
The nitty gritty
Battle royal to me is the feature of a decent multiplayer set up in a game, I can’t picture myself buying into a game exclusively as a Battle Royal game. Saying that though, the game is free to download and play – so Its well worth it. This game as what it was made for and who the target audience is then it is perfect if you are looking for some decent PvP and something more light-hearted than its cousins Call of Duty, Battlefield, and its older much grumpier brother PUBG.
PUBG v Fortnite
I prefer Fortnite, even though if I had the choice I would go back to Battlefield 1 but unfortunately, there is no one left on the servers. It’s a sad place that brings back memories of hours spent mushing buttons and swearing at dudes in NZ – choise az bru.