Nimbus infinity Game Review
Nimbus Infinity is a futuristic mech action game set in a post-apocalyptic future. The game takes place on a distant Earth that is at war with itself. Players will be able to customize their Battle Frames with powerful weapons. And unique abilities as they maneuver through the world’s futuristic environments. The game was developed by GameCrafterTeam, GameTomo Co., Ltd.
In addition to its story mode, Nimbus Infinity features an open-world map for players to explore. The map features a large number of locations from which to choose during gameplay. Including small cities, ancient ruins, and large arenas. They can be explored by land or sea depending on which faction you are on. Either an alliance led by the Galactic Empire or an opposing faction led by the Rebel Alliance.
The Nimbus Infinity game offers both single-player and multiplayer modes for any number of players. Including up to four players in co-op play (including single player campaign).
The Story of Nimbus Infinity Game
The story of Nimbus Infinity game takes place on Earth after a second civil war has ended. The planet still suffers from chaos and torn-up streets. But now there are a few bright spots like the United Nations Space Command (UNSC). A handful of new colonies have been established to restore peace. After studying leaked data about a mysterious alien named Rim. UNSC scientists set out to stop him from destroying humanity with an advanced weapon before it’s too late.
Nimbus infinity Game review
The story elements are well-done and the characters are likable. Making the overall experience enjoyable even after countless hours of playtime. Unfortunately, though, Nimbus Infinity is plagued by lackluster battle mechanics. And repetitive gameplay that fast becomes monotonous after several hours of playtime.
As for the gameplay itself; there’s a lot of it. It’s easy to get into — especially if you know what you’re doing. But it’s also extremely repetitive at times due to its lack of variety when compared to other mech action games out there like Armored Core V and MotorStorm. Pacific Rift (which were both technically more impressive).
If you do try playing through this Nimbus Infinity game, however. Which is highly recommended in my opinion. Then be prepared for hours upon hours of repetition because each mission has multiple objectives. That need to be accomplished in order to continue progressing forward through the story. This can become tedious over time if you haven’t been paying attention or aren’t paying attention at all. Since each mission starts off with an introduction sequence that usually consists of just one or two lines explaining what needs to be done next on your quest for victory.
This time though things did change for me as I played through my first mission. RIM LYNNE (who I assume was Nimbus Infinite‘s female protagonist). After completing RIM LYNNE‘s mission I learned something about her character: she isn’t silent! She speaks! This was something I hadn’t experienced before because while most mech action games feature characters who don’t speak much during
Multiplayer features Nimbus Infinity game is a fast-paced mech action game set in the future of a war-torn Earth that has just begun to heal. Each Battle Frame is equipped with three weapons, including the unique and deadly exo-suit mechs called Trios. Which can be combined into the ultimate battle machine called the nimbus lancer. The Nimbus Infinity game features online and offline multiplayer modes. Which allows players to combine their Battle Frames with one another to form larger teams. Players can then face off against each other in the arena or on the world map.
After months of preparing for the release, the game is finally here. In order to describe what this game is in one word, it would be “mindblowing”. In order to describe it in two words, “totally awesome”.
I’ve been playing video games since I was 8 years old. So it’s not that I haven’t seen my share of titles here and there. But, there are few games that I have played with such zeal as Nimbus INFINITY. It is all about customization when you play this game; choosing which Battle Frame type you want to play with and which weapons you want to use on them (allowing for various loadout options).
4 different kinds of Battle
The game features four different kinds of Battle Frames: Offense (Raptor), Stealth (Viper), Defense (Spartan), and Support (Brute). You can choose from four different sorts of Battle Frames: Tactical Fighter (Tiger), Combat Fighter (Bear), Battleship (Cannon), and Submarine (Swimmer). And there are loads more varieties in store for you – including an additional 20 Battle Frames that are currently being developed, but they are still in development so we won’t know what they will look like till then.
As a matter of fact, most of the available frames will be compatible with each other so you can equip one frame for all three types of machines in your collection without having to change anything else about your character. The Battle Frames themselves will also work together with each other like a puzzle – offering combinations that you were never able to dream off as well as fighting against bosses or even saving yourself from bosses if you get stuck on them or have some trouble getting past them at first.
For those who are into customization in games like this, Nimbus INFINITY has an extensive customization menu at your disposal allowing you to decide on everything from appearance to weapon loadout and special abilities right down to how many health points each character has left after being damaged by an enemy attack or healing yourself at the hospital after taking damage from an enemy attack. While most players may not spend enough time customizing
Features and Game Modes
A game, as depicted in the public domain by artist William Blake, is defined by its ability to produce strong emotions in players. A game can be described as a playground for the imagination and thoughts of the player.
The game Nimbus Infinity is a turn-based multiplayer mech battle game. Players use their Battle Frames to team up with friends and compete in fast-paced battles on the battlefields of Earth’s ruins.
In terms of gameplay, Nimbus Infinity offers two types of combat: Team Battles and Free Battle. In Team Battles, three players are joined together to fight against other teams on a single battlefield. Each player takes turns to move their Battle Frames around the map, attacking other players or building various items such as weapons and weapons upgrades from Power Cells on the field using their Action Points (AP). The best combination of Attack Power (AP) and Combat Strength (CS) can be achieved by combining items that have similar functions.
Free Battles in Nimbus Infinity Game
In Free Battle, players can take control of any Battle Frame on the map at any time and attack other players or build items that they choose from Power Cells scattered across the battlefield, making them powerful at any moment with their AP (Action Points) earned while they’re not actually moving around.
Nimbus Infinity features eight different weapons that each have five functions, including laser beams that can destroy enemies from afar with ease; plasma blades that can hit enemies in close range for high damage; fragmentation grenades that cause massive damage in close quarters; rail guns which fire explosive projectiles at opponents; energy shields which reduce incoming damage for a short period of time; flame turret cannons which generate flames at their target; energy shields which protect their target for a short period of time; and various other items where AP is required from within the item itself.
Players are able to combine these various items into new combinations called “Artifacts”. Artifacts are displayed on each character’s profile screen once it has been unlocked by collecting them with one’s own points within a level or acquiring them via Trading with others through social media platforms such as Facebook Messenger.
Players also gain an additional unique Artifact when they join certain guilds or clans through special events that are available weekly within the game itself. These new artifacts are not only used to power up existing items but also far more powerful ones that must be unlocked via specific quests given out by guild leaders before they can be used again thereafter in a battle against other players who do not possess them before unlocking them through obtaining.