MachiKnights Blood Bagos Nintendo Switch Review

MachiKnights Blood Bagos Nintendo Switch



MachiKnights Blood bagos on Nintendo Switch. You must stop the evil organization of Kenos from reviving a terrible long-lost weapon known as Bagos the Giant! To secure victory, you’ll take control of Machi Knights, ancient war machines built by the Babilacca, an ancient civilization which fell into ruin long ago.

MachiKnights Blood Bagos Nintendo Switch Trailer

Machi Knights: Blood Bagos is an ARPG, this is one of the first Arena RPGs I have played, and overall I found it a tad dull. There are three classes you can play as, such as melee, ranged and support. This is definitely a game that needs to be played with other people. Playing with two friends, each as one of the classes is a wholly enjoyable experience.

MachiKnights Blood Bagos Nintendo Switch Review

The levels start to merge into one, as the same task needs to be completed against faceless enemies. You have to stay alive as long as possible, there isn’t any change in tactic. The bosses are a lot more difficult and challenging, but I would have liked an overall more complex game.

Money earned throughout the game can be spent to upgrade your characters. Bosses drop gems which can be gambled on the spin of a wheel for the chance of a new weapon. This is a required element, as the difficulty can rise up randomly.

MachiKnights Blood Bagos Nintendo Switch Review

I really liked the look of the game, with bosses appearing huge and quite intimidating. The level design itself is a little lacking in comparison. Sound effects are loud and impressive, with music just falling into the background. There isn’t a lot of story throughout the game, with little bits peppered through throughout.

Machi Knights is a fighting game, and unfortunately, that part of the game gets boring quickly. Solo it can get boring very quickley, with friends it can be fun but will eventually get bland.

MachiKnights Blood Bagos Nintendo Switch Review

Overall, this is a hard game to recommend. There isn’t anything that will attract people to it, its an OK game. Finally, please check out our gaming reviews. Also, don’t forget to connect with the Jabba Reviews team on Facebook or Twitter.

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