The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross

The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross



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by: Rezaalif «FIRST« Previous123Next »LAST» Page 1 Mobile games adapted from anime have certainly been done by developers and publishers. Even so, not many people can present games that have been seriously adapted, and can only be of origin and seem to trust only the anime without regard to the quality of the game.

However, Netmarble's game, The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross, which was adapted from an anime of the same name, was quite a surprise. Because the game has good quality compared to other similar anime adaptation games. What is the review like? Come on, just refer to the following review.

High quality Anime 3D graphics


When we first installed this game and in the data download mode, it was immediately treated to the background story of the game with anime graphics that spoil the eyes. Even in the game, the graphics when played and cut scenes did not feel too different.



Anime 3D graphics are capable of bringing about the same experience as in the console. In addition, the animation also runs smoothly and maintains the originality of the image as in the animation. Even with its semi-open world mode, almost no rendering of images is missing or looks defective, everything reads perfectly. And even low-spec smartphone users can still enjoy it because there are low graphics settings.

Mobile game with various modes and rich features



Not only in terms of graphics, The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross is able to bring a variety of modes and features that are very many, but this is indeed natural, because the game size reaches 2.5GB. We are also presented with a fairly extensive map, and on that map in the village of Bernia, you can surround it with Meliodas in semi open world mode, so you can do anything in the village outside of your mission, such as shopping, eating, cooking, wiping bar tables and many others.


REVIEWmore The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross

by: Rezaalif «FIRST« Previous123Next »LAST» Page 1 Mobile games adapted from anime must have been done a lot by developers and publishers. Even so, not many people can present games that have been seriously adapted, and are usually just as long as they are created and impressed by only utilizing the anime's fame without caring about the quality of the game.

However, Netmarble's game, The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross, which was adapted from an anime of the same name, was quite a surprise. Because this game has good quality compared to other similar anime adaptation games. What is the review like? Come on, just see the following review.

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High quality Anime 3D graphics


Source: Doc. Gamebox

When we first installed this game and in the data download mode, it was immediately treated to the background story of the game with anime graphics that spoiled our eyes. Even in the game, the graphics when played and cut scenes did not feel too different.


Source: Doc. Gamebox

Anime 3D graphics are capable of bringing about the same experience as in the console. In addition, the animation also runs smoothly and maintains the originality of the image as in the animation. Even with its semi-open world mode, almost no rendering of images is missing or looks defective, everything reads perfectly. And even low-spec smartphone users can still enjoy it because there are low graphics settings.

Mobile game with various modes and rich features


Source: Doc. Gamebox

Not only in terms of graphics, The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross is able to bring a wide variety of modes and features, but this is indeed natural, because the game size reaches 2.5GB. We are also presented with a fairly extensive map, and on that map in the village of Bernia, you can surround it with Meliodas in semi open world mode, so you can do anything in the village outside of your mission, such as shopping, eating, cooking, wiping bar tables and many others.


Source: Doc. Gamebox

Because you live in a bar, you can also arrange your bar to be more beautiful by buying some decoration items. Then some characters, you can also change the appearance by getting it through a mission or Gacha.

Then, if you are bored, this game also has an AR mode that can look around the bar with the gyroscope function, then you can also make funny photos with the characters of The Seven Deadly Sins, and you can adjust the size and pose of each character that you want.

A potentially boring turn-based battle

In battle mode, The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross presents a typical Japanese RPG battle in a turn-based manner. Turn-based mode that is presented is equipped with a skill card for you to set the attack strategy that will be given, then each skill card can also be combined, to get more effects.


However, to make the battle more fun or different from usual, you can use the AR feature, so you can watch the fight 360 degrees using the camera.

As should the game from Japan or Japanese anime adaptation, surely Gacha is something that should not be forgotten. In The Seven Deadly Sins, Gacha is divided into several, such as characters, equipment, items and more. However, if you don't have the money to buy diamonds, you can take advantage of the limited ad watching feature so you can still do Gacha.

In addition, if you are a free player, because this is not a game that requires competition, but emphasizes the storyline, so you can struggle by improving your character with some items obtained from the mission or you can also evolve the character's grade to be higher.

However, playing vertically in this game is actually very fun, because the UI is made very neatly and the layout is placed to adjust the hand grip in a horizontal position. The battle also looks more full, with characters who are able to fill the entire space on the screen, providing a pleasant experience.

Conclusion


The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross is an example of a game that should be emulated by other developers or publishers in adapting anime into games. The concept of the game is made clearly, the story line is combined with the appropriate animation, and rich in interesting features that can make players feel at home for long playing.

Although there are deficiencies in terms of fighting gameplay that has the potential to be boring, however, the various modes and features available and an interesting storyline are able to complement these shortcomings.







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