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Fate/Grand Order is a thiết bị di động RPG where players can summon and collect Heroic Spirits of Legend & fight to protect history from anomalies. The game is set in the popular Fate/Stay Night universe và players can summon popular Servants such as Arturia Pendragon, EMIYA, Gilgamesh and Jeanne D"Arc.

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Publisher: Delightworks, TYPE-MOONPlayerbase: HighType: di động RPGRelease Date: June 25, 2017 (NA/EU)Pros: +Beautiful Anime Sprite Graphics. +Huge variety of heroes. +Top notch production value.Cons: -Pricey gatcha. -Only Asynchronous Multiplayer

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Overview

Fate/Grand Order Overview

Fate/Grand Order is a Free-to-Play thiết bị di động RPG with asynchronous multiplayer that takes place in the Fate Universe (Nasuverse) which has spawned several novels, anime và games. Players take on the role of a Master & can control up khổng lồ six servants in a tiệc nhỏ (mana willing) as they take part in a main storyline that involves traveling through time to giảm giá with historic anomalies. Servants are representatives of "Heroic Spirits" which are figures from history và legend and each one has their own class, abilities and stats. Make use of a counter-system within the classes in order to plan your way to victory as you utilize each class to lớn its full potential: Saber, Lancer, Archer, Rider, Assassin, Berserker, Caster and even Ruler. Show off your Servants to lớn your friends và have your friend"s Leader Servant join you in battle!

Fate/Grand Order Key Features:

Summon Heroic Spirits - summon heroes from history & legend, cấp độ up both their power & your relationship with them & unleash devastating Noble Phantasms. Servants are also voiced by famous Japanese Voice Actors.Ascend Your Servants - ascend your heroes khổng lồ the next level & they will change in appearance và gain more skills.Collect Craft Essences - collect powerful Mystic Codes that you can equip onto servants to lớn boost them with special effects.Strategic card Battle System - take advantage of your Servant"s card loadouts to lớn build a perfect team for each scenario. Your composition is only limited by your wit và imagination.Frequent Events - participate in special events that occur frequently with brand new storylines, some written from the original author of Fate/Stay Night.

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Full Review

Fate/Grand Order Review

By, Barclay-Kallistra

Fate/Grand Order, or F/GO for short. There’s a lot lớn be said about this game – but let’s start with the basics. It originally released in japan in năm ngoái and quickly rose in popularity to become one of the most successful điện thoại games in the world before eventually launching globally in English in June, 2017. It’s a story driven experience where you, the protagonist, have to lớn take back the future for Humanity. Players summon & control legendary heroes, called servants, lượt thích Gilgamesh, Joan of Arc, and King Arthur to lớn defeat their enemies.


Introduction, Tutorial, và Battle

Fate/Grand Order starts off with minimal story. Players who first download Fate/GO will be thrown into a battle, with a basic tutorial. The battle system is rather simple – players control three “Servants,” who are mythical figures from history summoned lớn fight for the player, who is a “Master.” Each Servant has 5 “Cards” that range from Buster, to Quick, to lớn Arts. Busters vì a lot of damage, và Quick attacks cause enemies to lớn drop “C. Stars,” which are then distributed later and give a random card a chance khổng lồ strike critically. More C.Stars means more chances of crit. Finally, you have Noble Phantasms – these are special, high-power attacks based on the Servant’s myth. King Arthur (Or Artoria, as she is known in the Fate series), has “Excalibur,” where she unleashes a powerful wave of magic with her blade that hits all the enemies on the field. Cú Chulainn, an Irish hero, utilizes the Gáe Bolg.

Noble Phantasms, or NPs, work off a meter than needs khổng lồ be charged. This is where the final cards – Art cards – come into play. Arts charge your Servant’s NP, which then lets them execute a powerful attack. Each character has 5 cards – a mixture between Buster, Quick, and Arts, though some characters lean heavily towards one type of card. Since you have 15 cards across 3 servants, every 3 times, after all 15 cards have been played, they will be refreshed & re-shuffled for you lớn draw every 3 turns – so if you have a rare combination of three Buster cards, it may be wise to use them, as using three of the same card gives you a bonus to lớn the card’s effect. Three Art cards mean extra NP gauge, and three Quick cards mean a bonus to lớn C. Stars.


Players also have “Mystic Codes,” which are three spells that change based on which outfit the Player is wearing. The player starts out with the Chaldea Uniform, which lets the player grant either Damage Up khổng lồ one Servant, heal one Servant, or give one Servant 100% evasion. These spells are on a very long cooldown, & are different from Command Spells. Currently, the Chaldea Uniform is the only outfit in the mãng cầu version, but more will be added in future updates.

Players also have access to lớn Command Spells, which can vị one of three things – grant a Servant 100% NP gauge, fully restore the health of a Servant, or – for the price of three Command Spells, restores your entire tiệc ngọt after a wipe, with 100% NP gauge.


StoryThe story is focused with you being a person who has the potential to lớn be a “Master.” Using the Fate summoning system, Masters can summon Servants – notable figures from history, as stated before. The player character wakes up in the halls of the Chaldea Security Organization – an organization that has devoted itself khổng lồ ensuring humanity’s continued survival into the next 100 years, at minimum. Khổng lồ that extent, they have developed several tools to lớn aid in them in this endeavor, in addition to the Fate summoning system.

Theorizing that planets have souls, the Chaldea Security Organization constructed CHALDEAS – a representation of the Earth’s soul. As long as CHALDEAS keeps burning bright, humanity’s survival is guaranteed. To lớn observe CHALDEAS, a sort of ‘telescope,’ for lack of a better term, known as SHIVA was designed lớn observe CHALDEAS.Lastly, Rayshifting is the final trick available lớn the men & women of the Chaldea Security Organization. Breaking down a person’s body, Rayshifting enables someone to lớn travel through time. Having detected the light of humanity diming with CHALDEAS, và new, ‘unobservable’ zones appearing throughout time, the Chaldea Security Organization quickly found 48 candidates who can quickly become Masters, intent on sending them khổng lồ this unobservable zone.

A few spoiler-free hiccups later, and you’re in Japan!


The Map, and Menus, và SummoningThe game is rather straightforward in its menu system. You have specific Singularities that you, as the player, are tasked with resolving. Each singularity has quests within it, that take you a battle. Sometimes versus golems, other times versus zombies. Sometimes, you’ll be put up against enemy Servants - there is no PvP in this game. The tutorial practically hand-holds you through the first three story missions, and then it takes you to a summoning tutorial, which brings me lớn my next part – the summoning.There are two different summoning options – Saint Quartz summons, & Friend Point summons, or SQ & FP summons. Both Saint Quartz và Friend Points are in-game resources, that allow you to lớn summon Craft Essences, and new Servants. Unfortunately, F/GO is just as prone khổng lồ something I’d lượt thích to gọi “Mobile Game-ism.”Upon executing the player’s first Summon, they are guaranteed to one 4-star servant. This is something that draws the player in, a cool character they can take into battle to fight. However, this is the only time players are guaranteed to lớn a 4-star servant. Saint Quartz is a paid currency that players have khổng lồ buy, but Fate/Grand Order does reward it on occasion.Here we go to the double-edged sword I talked about at the beginning of my article. Because the North American version of F/GO is following the release schedule of the Japanese version, players in na know all the Servants that will be coming out. Players who want lớn save their Saint Quartz (I know I will be – I want Edmond Dantes!) can, which means that if you are smart with saving your Quartz, you can potentially stockpile up to lớn 1,000 không tính tiền Saint Quartz, and when there is a servant you KNOW you want arrives, you can roll for them over and over.


Conclusion và Final ThoughtsFate/Grand Order is many things. At its base level, it’s a Fate theme park. Servants from Fate/Apocrypha, Fate/Zero, Fate/Extella, Fate/Extra CCC, and just about every Fate game in existence, can be found in Fate/Grand Order. However, players who have not played any of those, and know nothing about the Fate franchise (known as the Nasuverse within the community, named after Kinoko Nasu, the main writer at Type-Moon), can still come in và enjoy Fate/Grand Order for what it is – a trò chơi where you summon the most powerful và legendary figures in history to lớn save the world. I wouldn’t call it a Pay-2-Win trò chơi – you can summon your friends’ Servants, and if you make friends with someone who has a powerful 5-star Servant, you can just about get carried through the game until you get some better ones.

The story itself is also solid, và leveling Servants is not bad. It can get a bit grindy – spamming Chaldea Gate daily missions for EXP cards can get tiresome. On đứng top of that, to Ascend Servants (raise their cấp độ cap), players will need to occasionally GRIND certain missions for Ascension items. A lot of emphasis on the word grind. If you are a player who enjoys collecting characters in mobile games, or enjoy the more traditional turn-based RPG style of gameplay, or just want khổng lồ say “I love Vlad the Impaler, he just whooped Caligula,” then Fate/Grand Order just may be for you.

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Final Verdict – Great

While Fate/Grand Order isn"t a revolutionary new trò chơi it"s still incredibly fun. The grind can be long and the Servant drop rates are low (1% for a 5-star, 4% for a 4-star). However, the traditional RPG combat is fun, và as engaging as you want it khổng lồ be. Players who bởi not want to spend money on premium currency will, most of the time, not feel pressured into it. The story, cast of characters, wide range of Servants, and seeing famous figures in history having new life breathed into them is fantastically done. The vị trí cao nhất tier visuals and production value really make the trò chơi shine.