Jump to content

I dont understand war robots

  • Please log in to reply
8 replies to this topic

lancestallion #1 Posted 08 November 2017 - 07:48 AM


  • Players
  • 36698 battles
  • 78
  • [HUNT]
  • Member since:
Its a fun game. I have been playing for a while. But how can they charge $100 for one weapon?! I mean you can put two or three “shockwaves” on one robot at a hundred bones each. So people really pay $300 just to have a robot with weapons that few other players have? It makes wg seem very reasonable.

The_Witch_K1ng_of_Angmar #2 Posted 08 November 2017 - 08:28 AM

    Senior Sergeant

  • Players
  • 18769 battles
  • 529
  • [T1GER]
  • Member since:
This don't sound like no WoT Blitz to me.  

Xeraux #3 Posted 08 November 2017 - 08:51 AM

    First Sergeant

  • Players
  • 3216 battles
  • 1,386
  • [DHL]
  • Member since:
It's a pretty fun game. I enjoyed it for a while, probably averaged around 200,000-275,000 damage a game, didn't spend a penny on it.

PC super-unicum

Retired Blitz unicum Current Blitz pubbie

Blitz garage:

M5 Stuart, M4 Sherman, T82, Pz II J, BT-7 A, A-20, T-34-85 Victory, KV-2, IS, IS-6, SU-122-44, Cruiser IV, Centurion I, AT 15A, Ke-Ho, O-47

j0nn0 #4 Posted 08 November 2017 - 10:56 AM

    F2P Skrub

  • Players
  • 14595 battles
  • 2,133
  • [XREGS]
  • Member since:
The prices on that game were crazy stupid when I played about a year ago so I can only imagine how bad it’s gotten now. As Xeraux said, it was pretty easy even as a F2P guy. All it takes is a bit of focus on high sustained DPM or burst damage with proper maneuvering, same as on WoTb. In the earlier days of WWR, I’d take that light, bipedal one and mount the heavy shotgun. Hit and run could take out larger targets within half a minute and smaller targets within 15 seconds while only sustaining 50% dmg yourself, so long as you were within a building length from your target.

Sometimes, you just gotta sit back and watch them all burn. Don't forget to bring popcorn. You're going to need a snack.

WipWapJaws #5 Posted 08 November 2017 - 11:12 AM

    Clanless Scrub

  • Players
  • 34971 battles
  • 2,775
  • [WKD]
  • Member since:
Tried it a couple of times when it first came out. Found the controls to be clunky and as others have said the cost of stuff ridiculous.  I have deleted it 

RoadKutter #6 Posted 08 November 2017 - 12:47 PM

    Polish Demolish

  • Players
  • 26156 battles
  • 3,609
  • [III-H]
  • Member since:
You guys, did you not read the rule book?  Any and all discussions of non WG products is punishable by a free trip to the gulag!

Edited by RoadKutter, 08 November 2017 - 12:47 PM.


                          Loyalty level achieved, M60 and the Chieftain complete my garage! 




__The_Dude_30__ #7 Posted 08 November 2017 - 02:02 PM

    The Dude of Dudes

  • Players
  • 13729 battles
  • 1,512
  • [RUDY]
  • Member since:
I tried playing it when it first came out. Didn't really like it that much, and the WOTB app was right next to it, so what do you think I would choose every single time?



    Member of the Training Room Police Department (TRPD)

                 Deputy Leader of RUDY, for RUDY recruitment information, Click Here


lancestallion #8 Posted 09 November 2017 - 07:32 AM


  • Players
  • 36698 battles
  • 78
  • [HUNT]
  • Member since:

View PostRoadKutter, on 08 November 2017 - 12:47 PM, said:

You guys, did you not read the rule book?  Any and all discussions of non WG products is punishable by a free trip to the gulag!


Well I will avoid the gulag by giving wot blitz mad props. It is a superior game to war robots in all respects (seriously). For all the complaining we can do about blitz and the nashing of teeth that spare parts have caused, it really is a pretty cool game.

__Alexwen__ #9 Posted 16 November 2017 - 09:07 PM


  • Players
  • 10851 battles
  • 462
  • [USA2]
  • Member since:
And you thought WG was expensive.

3x3: 21.xx AO5

2x2: 8.xx

OH: 30.xx

4x4: 1:45

Oh nevermind, wrong forum.

1 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 1 guests, 0 anonymous users