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So I’ve had this game for years on many different devices and accounts and I can’t tell u how much I just love this game yes it might be a little pay to win but it doesn’t change the fact how fun it’s is like I mean the art of the heroes and the game it’s self it’s feels so classic to me cus it is one of first games like this I’ve ever downloaded to play I can’t not play it every day and no other games made in 2019 are like this of the pitcular like this it just has that feel of goodness u know when u open this and I can’t even get started on the updates it continuisley updates even tho not millions play it. pleas game maker never ever ever make this game die always update add new stuff cus I would be heartbroken if u gave up on it and I’m speaking for thousands of other players who poured thousands and thousands of hours in to this game thank u for reading this and I wish u understand ☺️😁😇
Well I have been playing this game for about 4 years and as time went by the game went down hill. 4 years ago the game was simple you could get all the heroes with out wasting a dime. You had the option to buy gems (which allows you to move up faster in the game by spending them) but that was it, every hero was free and obtainable to everyone. Fast forward a couple of years and they started introducing the “heroic sack” feature which you could spend up to $100 and you would get many things for the game. But it was at the point that they got greedy because many started purchasing them (myself included). So they started introducing more heroes, event heroes and P2P (pay to play) heroes. And this marked the beginning for the non-pay to play players decline. Because now you would have to spend about $200 just to fully upgrade the P2P hero. And many people have better things to do with those $200 than spending them on this game. And now a days they are trying to milk people with this new feature called “skins” for the heroes. Which most of them cost over $250. uCool got greedy and are trying to milk the few paying players they have. I stopped buying stuff from the game since they Introduce the skins. And i know that pretty soon I will leave this game for good. Moral of the story is that this game is good for you if you want to throw away money or bad game if you have better thing to do with $200 a week.
I’ve played this game going on 4 years. Everyone knows me. I’ve watched a good game go to a very poor game that is 100% greed by the developers and 0% care for their players that made them their money. The used to be a balance between those that could spend like me and those that could not. Now they release skins for minimum $200 each time from made up events like “HC day” and god knows what else these fools make up. It’s sad to watch so many loyal players quit because they have made the game pay to win at anything. Many have suggested to them how to keep the game competitive and fun but they are more interested in humming on each other from the yachts we provided, lol. Take it from a guy who has won everything in this game, I’m not “disgruntled”.........I can continue to buy whatever I want for as long as I want but it’s not about me.......it’s about the community that they stopped caring about a year ago.......what worse? This game was making tons of money before they got ignorant, greedy and careless.......I will soon quit myself.........I’m tired of watching my friends go..........ufool is the correct name here.....no question.......!......
I’m a level 105 player that’s invested around $150 into the game so far. It’s decent to play and some good improvements have been made to make dailies a little more quick. I’ve been spending about an hour a day on this game for probably a year or so. But I agree I’ve watched the game change, starting with the release of skins. Uncool has really kicked their greed into high gear. When skins first debuted it took 200 fragments, new skins are now 400 fragments. Good skins are impossible to get without spending hundreds. I don’t mind not being competitive in pvp but it’s become a snowball of pay to get characters and skins that are on a whole different level than the free ones. On top of that the last update they did makes it to where I have a 236MB download every time I load the game and it’s been like that for a couple days now. There are many games like this, and it’s really not special or great. So if you’re thinking about getting into this game, just don’t.
Been playing for a few years now and not having fun anymore. When I first started playing there were many players which meant quite a few servers. This balanced things out quite a bit. I would typically play against players around or close to my level. As the players have dropped they have consolidated servers which now puts you against much higher players. Almost everyone I play against is at least a level 107 or higher with many purchased heroes. Being at 105 for me took me ages and the only way to compete at this point is to spend not just a little bit of money but a lot of money. At higher levels grinding this game is just not possible. Too many new skins and new characters are released to keep up with at this point. It’s to bad, because it really is a fun game. But at this point I’m just going through the motions everyday. I don’t see how the developers could ever fix this since they have gone so far down the pay to win strategy. The balance at this point is so far out that I doubt its possible to ever correct.
Developed by uCool.
Heroes Charge is ranking in Games & Card & Role Playing
Last update was at Jan 22, 2020and the current version is 2.1.202.
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Heroes Charge have a 1 297a user reviews.
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