My brother has been asking me to build a fort for him and his friends for over a year now. They are going to be hanging out in his room during the day, but his friends will be outside at night, he does not have a real fort, so I decided I would make one.
v is a new sandbox game from indie studio V-Rally that lets you create and manage an enormous fort. A real fort, with multiple rooms, that you can build and manage in a few minutes. For my brother and friends, we were thinking of the game as a sort of “v” game, like the v-rated horror movies I saw growing up. We weren’t trying to do anything that wasn’t common sense.
The game has three modes: Story, Casual, and Survival. In Story mode, you’ll explore the island and collect a ton of treasures. In Casual mode you have the option to play as a single player, or play as a team of up to three players cooperatively to explore the massive map. In Survival mode you choose to fight a lot of monsters and enemies.
Like most of the games out now, v-rising is a first-person, stealth, survival FPS game. The game features over 20 weapons and an amazing assortment of unique skills. The game is very linear and features a very simple tutorial and an incredibly large map.
When we first played the game, we were a bit confused as to how different the game would be from other first person games out there. We actually expected it to be a little bit more like Call of Duty, with a large map and an emphasis on teamwork. Unfortunately, it’s a lot more like the FPS game Halo.
The game looks great and has a very bright, colorful design.
The combat is very much like Halo or even old school FPS games, meaning the action feels a bit like it was put together by a kid who didn’t have a lot of experience with gaming. That makes the game interesting in so many ways, because its the kind of game that requires a lot of teamwork and a lot of luck. It’s a very fun game and will keep you wanting more.
I can’t wait to see how this game is received by people who are used to Halo, but for a game that looks and feels like an FPS game that was meant for a younger audience, its a very odd game to me. I really would rather play something like Modern Warfare 2.
There are two ways to play this game, which is one of its strengths. In the first, you have to work with your teammates to take down multiple enemies in a very tight space. The second is your own personal game where you can take on as many enemies as you like before getting the time for your teammates to respawn.
Both of these modes are available in the current demo. The multiplayer portion of the demo does give you a chance to try out the game a little more, but its really just a demo.