Fallen: A2P Protocol – Post-Apocalypse Now

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It it’s a good turn-based tactical strategy developed by the RedKatana studio. This product is very similar to such memorable projects like Fallout and XCOM. Fallen: A2P Protocol – a game where is a wasteland with lots of plants and enemies. All this is very reminiscent of the style of our favorite Fallout. Tactical component is not inferior to the famous XCOM.

The story begins very exciting. The main character named Herk West and his brother Silas must reach the caravan that awaits them at the next station. But first, they must overcome a base, which in their way. Herc was surprised to ask what is this place? Silas offers to go to his brother on the station arguing that wants to make him a gift. However, after Herk passes the threshold of the station waiting for his deep disappointment.

One of the main elements in the game is the caravan. What it is? Why is it needed? It’s a small car, which you will control on the world map. We need it to store our stuff extracted. You will be able to expand in the caravan equipment or to make it faster. Quick caravan will help you avoid unnecessary skirmishes with bandits. If you are a lover to take part in all the battles then you obviously need a very large inventory.

Fallen: A2P Protocol

You will control four people, including the main character. Each character you will not be able to make unique. Why is that so? Here there is a fairly primitive talent tree, which does not allow to turn around too much. The only thing you can say to make the characters a little flexible. For example, it could be nice to shoot and more or less hold a melee weapon. If death had overtaken one of the squad members you can hire at the station the new soldier. All the skirmishes in which you will be involved are quite exciting, but after a while start to bore. However, through the campaign, it will be quite difficult. In each mission, you need to properly expose your soldiers. If you make a wrong move, and one soldier killed then your chances of winning are reduced immediately. Also noticed a very important point, that all battles are mostly at wasteland and only occasionally at stations.

At the stations we can buy and sell different equipment. I think nobody will be surprised that most of the price of an object depends on its quality. For example, a hat, which adds more XP is correspondingly more expensive. Of course, you immediately think that to equip your hero needs a lot of trade. However, it is not after two or three skirmishes, you will have a huge amount of waste material that you can sell.

Fallen: A2P Protocol

The graphics for this game is very attractive. Very well drawn buildings and recreated landscapes of wasteland. All this adds to the game a certain atmosphere of apocalypse. The musical accompaniment in a few hours begins to pall. Of course, the product is far from perfect. In it there is a lot of detail to which developers should pay more attention. Not a very well-done work on system of talents. It feels a little lack of equipment. Places of battles after a while begin to bore. Soundtrack could have been done better.

In general, the product is very interesting and exciting. Of course, it has a certain number of its shortcomings, which I have already mentioned. In the end, I would say that if you’re a fan of tactical strategies, you should definitely pay attention to this game.

It it's a good turn-based tactical strategy developed by the RedKatana studio. This product is very similar to such memorable projects like Fallout and XCOM. Fallen: A2P Protocol - a game where is a wasteland with lots of plants and enemies. All this is very reminiscent of the style of…

Fallen: A2P Protocol

Great Tactical Component - 8.5
Atmosphere of Post Apocalyptic World - 8
Story Mode and Campaign - 7.5
Graphics and Design - 7

7.8

Good

Have you ever wanted to play old-school Fallout or Wasetland? This game gives you this chance. Great detailed post-apocalyptic world awaits his heroes.

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