F2P/PSW Player Review
By PsychoPvss Pirates
Pros: Storyline along is good enough for the game, pulls from the banners usual give better results than most games, music and graphics are A1, KHUX are a bit more liberal with their in-game money, and I’m confident to say it’s a fun game in general.
Cons: P2W PvP reward system, hackers, and P2W medals.
Overall: It’s a fun game both for F2P/P2W players. Yes for a P2W player you’ll eventually run into a P2W situation but it’s not as bad as most games. As for the PVP however is a P2W situation. The week package deal is not needed but something nice to have if you’re willing to do a bit of grinding.
My full review is down below. There are still some things I’ve failed to mention but those are something to be experienced for yourself. Sorry in advance if there are jumbled words as English is not my first language.
Lemme give you a background of me and this game before I get into this review. So I played this game when it first came out as a F2P player and it was fun. No complaints whatsoever. Yeah there were a couple of missions/events that put up a bit of a struggle but that’s where your Party (Guild) comes into play. You can use any medals they share on your mission/event. After about 6-7 months of playing, I took about a 4-5 month break from playing and jumped back into it. Everything was still the same besides new events, medals, missions, the usual things you would expect. Still playing as a F2P player, I found no difficulties still. Back then, let’s just say they weren’t really liberal with the jewels (in-game money.) It was getting to be a bit frustrating getting newer and better medals but once again, the party saves the day. There will always be a P2W player in a Party with a nice shared medal. One of the things you can’t use a shared medal on though are the PvE which is just basically an endless battle royal for rewards. It’s nice but if you got screwed by the RNG Gods then you’re gonna have a hard time. After playing for another 4-5 months or so, I took another break for let’s say it was for so long, I don’t even remember. After I came back, I came back as a P2W player. Once again, everything was the same besides the usual new updates with medals, missions, and events. Notice how I keep playing even when the updates seem basic. The graphics, music, and storyline is something worth it I tell ya what. I could just play the game with just the story mode alone! Oh, which brings me to another point. You use a n energy based system in game which might be a tad bit annoying at first but luckily, there are usually special events that allow you to play as much as you want without spending any AP (energy). Back my little story! So each week I paid $15 + tax for exclusive access to special events, 3000 jewels, and sometimes they add an extra 1400 jewel just to sweeten the deal. Within the package deal of events, they sometime include exclusive strong medals, outfits, and even more jewels. It’s a nice and huge help once you get a bit stuck or tired of not having any strong medals. It’s not needed, but is really nice to have basically. As of right now, 9/14/18, they are more liberal with they’re jewels. If you complete hours daily quest and weekly quest, you should’ve been rewarded 3000 jewels which is enough for one pull at the store. One thing I love about KHUX is the fact that you are actually guaranteed a strong medal each time you pull now. But then you have actual P2W medals. These medals make the differences between winning a PVP and losing, the difference between completing an event or losing your mind, spending that $15 or just grind it out. KHUX usually guarantee these medals within a certain amount of pulls meaning you have to spend Jewels which is where the P2W aspect comes in. Yeah you can just save up Jewels but you be doing so for more than 1 month. As I said you are guaranteed the said medal within a certain amount of pulls and that number of pulls being 5 or 10. Some times (Rarely) there isn’t a specific number and it’s just purely RNG. And speaking of PVP, the PVP system is purely a P2W ranking system. If you take a look at even the top 200 players, it’s easy to see that there was either money or hacking involved. (Hacking is also a huge issue within the community) You don’t directly see the hacking results but you do indirectly. That’s a whole other story but there are info about it on reddit if you do a easy search. The rewards from PVP are basically what you need to evoke your medals to 7 stars (Finally evolution basically) and having a good 7 star medals makes the difference. So as you can see, this game as a whole awesome but there are some aspect of it which is unfair (PVP and finally medal evolution system).