A Solitary RPG Experience: Absolver
Even beyond seeing these original movesets shared, the competitive possibilities are also incredibly enticing.
This ain’t the case for Absolver, and it means that a competitive player is planning to have to be definitely more adaptable as they’re not intending to have an idea of what’s coming.
In a game like Street Fighter or Tekken, seasoned players tend to have an idea of what to expect any time they play against a certain character since they’re ‘pre defined’ and established. One with a story for those looking for a more solitary experience, the part of it I was most fascinated by when I got ‘handson’ time with the game was when I went ‘head to head’ against an opponent with every of us using our own, customized movesets, while Absolver is a RPG. You should take this seriously. The key to really taking advantage of Absolver is understanding how these moves flow into other stances and how to best tailor them to a playstyle that is most effective for gaining the upper hand in a fight.
Opening up another set of attacks, while in any single stance players use a personalized moveset one that transitions into another fluidly. Rather than define a character’s playstyle for the player, the game gives players the option to customize their own moveset, one that’s made up of a couple of stances and potential combinations, the game focuses on handtohand combat. Absolver is the kind of game I would love to see its player base really experiment with, with the right enthusiastic community of players behind it. These customization features are why Absolver’s future is one that I’m excited to see unfold. With the options players have with Absolver these can be taken a step further with fans creating new attacks and stance combinations that they’ll share online, youTube and Twitter are filled with videos of impressive plays and tutorials in the fighting game community.
This was something I experienced first hand when, right after the demo, By the way I was set facing an opponent and we got to pit our individual loadouts and strategies against each other. To be honest I saw the fruits of my labour when my attacks caught him off guard and learning how to best use them on the fly won me a round, I may have lost the fight.
Whether Absolver can live up to all my wildest dreams is yet to be seen, when I played it I could only imagine the many possibilities a game with modifiable movesets had to offer.
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Absolver is an action role-playing game based on martial arts fighting, featuring an interconnected world with shortcuts and free-roaming, and merging single, cooperative and competitive play in the same campaign ...
The Game. Absolver puts players behind the mask of a Prospect, who has taken a sacred vow and chosen to join the Absolvers, an elite corps of combatants fighting to maintain stability in the world.