Take on the role of a key member of Rhodes Island, a pharmaceutical company that fights both a deadly infection and the unrest it leaves in its wake. Together with your leader Amiya, you’ll recruit Operators, train them, then assign them to various operations to protect the innocent and resist those who would thrust the world into turmoil.
・Gorgeous anime-style game with a perfect combination of RPG and strategy elements
・Hundreds of unique Operators across a variety of classes open up countless gameplay options
・Auto Deploy system conveniently allows you to free up your hands
・Carve out a home, just the way you want it, with the Base construction system
・A robust soundtrack and some of the most famous Japanese voice actors and actresses will give you a sublime auditory experience.
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Characters have great design, gameplay is great if you love tower defense.It's not really demanding time wise. About 15-30 mins twice daily depending on what you farm. It's also really fun when you want to play during new events etc.However they recently sped up the rates in which new heroes are introduced. While new content is good, the sped up pace means you won't have enough time to save. It's still a great game and really f2p friendly as you can use low rarity ops to clear stages. Definitely try it.
A pretty good f2p the auto-play is a little strange because when your units costs increase you typically have to redo the certain levels and get a 3 star victory again so it’s . Also some of the maps are are incredibly awkward or have enemy wave timing/placement that makes it extremely difficult to pass without grinding a few days.
Fun but very hard to make progress
The bad... REAL BAD:- Insanely oppressive stamina system: stages are crazy expensive to play and farm compared to how much stamina you you get- Resources are scarce: many of the materials needed to upgrade anything have super low drop rates and it takes way too long to get the resources to craft those rare materials.- Characters take forever to upgrade: for a game that lends itself so much to experimenting with different teams, it seems so counterintuitive how many resources are needed to upgrade multiple characters to a usable point.The good:- Characters: all characters are unique and interesting in their gameplay, backstory and visual design. - Gameplay: the game is genuinely fun, albeit fairly frustrating with how absurdly difficult some stages can be.The game is fun... when you actually get to play it. Once you reach a certain point in the game, you’ll be stuck in an endless hate loop of farming hard-to-get resources, then using all of them to upgrade one character incrementally, then doing it over and over again. And btw, this is what the devs want. Because if you’re stuck farming, then you’re playing the game and could potentially spend money. It’s fine to try to make people spend money, but the devs have gone out of their way to make the economy of this game as torturous and life-sucking as possible. It is truly disgusting how the main goal of the game’s design is to delay your fun for as long as possible. There’s a lot of good to be found in Arknights, but I would still recommend anyone to stay away; the predatory tactics the developers use to encourage spending are just unforgivable.