Warrock: FPS Mass Player Warfare


A FPS game made by Gamersfirst, delivering an intense gameplay using tactics for once. This game introduces many aspects of realism but the first time you play, it feels very hard to play with all the controls, such as crouch, prone, sprint and roll. All these are ways to travel and for evasive manuvers, you have to know when is the eight time to use such moves in the heat of battles. In this review I will be talking about the gameplay and the graphics of this and give a final verdict through a rating of 10.


The gameplay gives a unique approach to new FPS games as the amount ways to kill someone is limit less. The amount of guns is very diverse with many groups of guns but sadly is not permanent as they have a limit for how long you can use them. As for the actual gameplay, it reminds me of the Battlefront and Battlefield Company where there are many default classes to choose, already preset for you to go in battle: Engineer, Medic, Sniper, Assault and Heavy Trooper. All classes have specific jobs to carry out but doesn't mean you can fight. I really like how the huge maps are made, the amount of vehicles basically this game is for all those with different taste and also low spec pc's might CQC as they are small maps and high spec pc's can go to either Urban Ops or Battle Ground where you can have access to ground and sky vehicles.


The graphics is not what I had hoped for when looking at the sample pictures but they are quite amazing considering that there are huge maps made. At high detail for an online game, it's definetly something to talk about. The scenery is really quite well... large but with no animation I can tell why, As for the character graphics, it's obviously a good try with such large maps. I know I have been talking a lot about the maps but they have so many to choose I just can't let it go.


Gameplay: 9/10
Graphics: 9/10


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Minimum Requirements

Operating System: Windows ME / XP / Vista
CPU: Pentium 3 800 Mhz
Memory: 1 GB
Hard Disk space: 2 GB
Video Card: Radeon 8500LE, GeForce MX400 or better
Additional Software: DirectX 9 or above

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