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King of Seas Free Download GAMESPACK.NET You want to be a pirate—you’re only human, after all—and this game has you covered. Defending yourself from the navy, attacking innocent people for loot, sailing around doing nothing more than looking for trouble… all present and correct. You don’t have to be horrible on the high seas, but when it’s made as fun as it is here, it’s pretty darn tempting. While there’s a story, it’s not particularly deep, and could be comfortably summed up in a tweet (including spoilers). The important thing is that you go from member of the nautical monarchy to outlaw pirate with amusing speed, and terrorising strangers is more fun than living a life of luxury could ever have been. Exploring (and blowing up) this world in your ship is immensely satisfying, which is just as well; you never set foot on dry land. You never really ‘set foot’ anywhere. Ports are little more than a collection of menus for buying, selling and quest-gathering. Outside of these, the boat is essentially your avatar, controlled with a choice of three levels of camera zoom. The two furthest away give the impression of looking down on, and playing with, your own personal pirate playset. Controls are nice and simple. Speed is dictated by how many of your three sails you have unfurled (as well as wind direction), which means taking a few down for tight turns, which can come in handy during combat. Speaking of which, to begin with, you’ll rely on your cannons.TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

King of Seas Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

King of Seas Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Shooting to the left or right of your ship, positioning and awareness of range is important. As is timing; they take a few seconds to reload each time. You can even concentrate on ruining a ship’s sails first, thereby severely reducing their speed. Thankfully, though, this is a game with little interest in realism. There’s a huge number of upgrades to find, loot, and buy. Aspects such as hull, crew, and sails will affect attack and defence stats; but after a little while, you’ll also start to come across special abilities, most of which are magical. It seems unlikely that real pirates were using flamethrowers and magical beams of energy, or summoning giant tentacles to attack their enemies from the sea, but I bet they would’ve liked to. In King of Seas, most of these abilities allow you to attack ships from significant distance. While even upgraded cannons have a surprisingly limited range, most of these abilities—cheerily explained away as magic, if they have any explanation at all—tend to have double the reach or more, and sometimes don’t even require aiming. They work on a cooldown longer than that of your cannons, so can’t be spammed, but have unlimited uses. Combat therefore becomes a case of chipping away ship health with cannons, while carefully selecting and timing your more powerful attacks in between shots.

Weather the storms.

No matter how or why conflict starts—sometimes I attack merchants and treasure ships for loot, sometimes navy ships spot me and start attacking, once I murdered a load of tourists just because a woman named Karen asked me to—it follows the same general pattern. You’ll both do slow nautical doughnuts in an effort to stay out of the other’s attack range and angle, attacking at any and every opportunity. This makes your sailing abilities important, and successfully avoiding a barrage of cannonballs very satisfying. Fortunately, enemy ships almost never have any special abilities, so once you have a decent ship with a range of attacks (this might take a few hours), you’ll have a significant advantage. Not enough to be invincible, but enough to enjoy a power trip. The decision to severely limit enemy use of these extra abilities was a wise one; it keeps player progression meaningful by allowing your ship to become noticeably more powerful and, to be honest, widespread AI use of magic would almost certainly lead to frustratingly regular deaths. If you do want a significant challenge, the highest difficulty offers permadeath; but I play on the recommended mode which even allows you to keep all your cargo upon death, as this staves off frustration. Hero Pop Switch NSP

King of Seas Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

King of Seas Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

You may notice that I so far haven’t really touched on what the game actually asks you to do. This is because, to be honest, it’s not very good at that bit. After what is essentially an extended tutorial, the story progresses by, generally speaking, sending you to and fro with simple objectives until it hopes you run up against ships of a much higher level than yours. Worse, roughly three quarters of the way through, it introduces the idea of conquering ports. This is a horrible idea for a few reasons. 3DClouds, the studio behind racers such as All-Star Fruit Racing, Xenon Racer, and Race With Ryan have taken time away from the circuit and are back with a procedurally generated pirate adventure that charges players with becoming the one true King of the Seas. There’s a touch of Sid Meier’s Pirates here, a dash of Sea of Thieves and even a little Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag thrown into the mix for good measure. However, what starts off rather promisingly soon exposes itself to be a disappointingly shallow experience, one that’s happy to dole out repetitive fetch quests and boils the exciting, lawless life of a pirate down to nothing much more than a constant, tiresome grind. Let’s stay positive for as long as we can here though, as things do get off to a pretty good start with an initial story setup that seems to promise plenty of intrigue, revenge and adventure.

Customize your ship.

Starting out in King of Seas you’ll choose whether to play as a male or female version of the game’s central protagonist and, after a quick tutorial on how to command a tiny little Sloop, you’re thrown into a tale that sees you fight to avenge your father, clear your name and restore the rightful heir to the throne of this watery world. There’s magic, voodoo, Royal Navy bad guys, double-crossing and all sorts of shenanigans thrown into the mix at the outset and early gameplay impressions suggest this one’s got the goods to back up its tantalising narrative. Controlling your dinky little Brigs, Sloops, Galleons and Frigates is a breeze here and it feels rather good to boot. Your speed is controlled by how many of your ship’s three sails you’ve currently got unfurled, with the left bumper slowing you down and the right speeding you up. It’s a simple system but one that allows you to pull off some pretty nifty manoeuvres during battles, slowing right down to a stop for a sharp turn and then immediately speeding up as you change direction giving you the ability to almost ‘handbrake turn’ your vessel to get the drop on enemies and line your cannons up for a blast across their bows. Speaking of cannons, each class of ship has a different number of these lining its left and right (starboard and port?) sides and pressing ‘LT’ or ‘RT’ will fire these off at your foes.Finding Paradise Switch NSP

King of Seas Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

King of Seas Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

It requires good timing and positioning in order to get a clean shot on an enemy ship and choosing when to open yourself up to attack, manoeuvring your boat into harm’s way so that you can successfully unload your guns, is where King of Seas is most captivating. Add to this a number of ridiculous magic-based special moves and you’ve got yourself a combat system that’s a bit of a hoot, when everything is going your way. For reasons explained throughout the game’s story, King of Seas enables you to outfit your craft with a host of OTT magical powers and attacks in order to help you get the upper hand in its naval battles. Our current favourite rig — a speedy and highly manoeuvrable little Sloop — has the ability to call forth a Kraken’s tentacle from the depths which smashes down onto enemy ships, it can turbo-boost out of harm’s way leaving a deadly trail of fire in its wake or even temporarily transform into an ethereal ghostly version of itself through which all incoming fire simply passes without causing damage. You can summon sharks to attack, produce supernatural clouds to confuse your prey, use your ship as a flaming battering ram and even have your crew pee on your cannons to reduce their reloading times! King of Seas has an arcade feel to its gameplay. Although you do need to manage your sails, wind direction and point the shooty bits of your cannons at the enemy.

Prepare for battle.

You also wield magical skills that allow your ship to launch fireballs, summon sharks and fire laser beams using mysterious voodoo. Or just have your crew pee on the cannons to cool them off. Yes, that is actually a skill. The world is open and procedural, allowing you to forge your own path on the open blue sea. It’s just too bad there isn’t a whole lot else out there. Hey, that was a decent closing line. What if I just ended the review right there? I’d probably be the worst reviewer you have ever heard of. The world of King of Seas is open to you, but there is a very bland and lightweight story you will need to follow off and on. I say off and on because it will continually gate progress behind your arbitrary level. It makes even less sense when you realize that aside from forts, the world levels with you in the first place. King of Seas is a grind-heavy game, which isn’t inherently bad. As a survival gamer myself, I’ll grind away like I’m giving a lapdance. King of Seas just doesn’t really offer much variety in its grind and often presents you with some arbitrary wall that doesn’t really add anything to the game. You will spend a lot of time sailing from place to place with very little interesting happening in between. While the other half of the game is spent fighting other ships.  You can do some trading, but you just buy low and sell high. It’s a very simplistic economy where at most, one item is high and another low at any given port.

King of Seas does an admirable job on the combat front, at least at first. You have to control your sails, and the direction of the wind affects your ship’s speed. Landing attacks with your cannons is all about angling them into the right position to fire while also not getting your ship blasted to splinters. Each ship has three health bars. One for the hull, one for the crew, and a third one for the sails. You can freely switch between different ammo types that target different parts of a ship. In theory, this presents an interesting dynamic to consider and adds some tactical flair to the combat. In reality, targeting a ship’s sails and crew felt like it had such an unsubstantial effect on their combat ability that it was nearly always better just hit the hull and sink them faster. Your own sails, on the other hand, matter. You aren’t just some NPC ship that will be on screen for three minutes and die. If your sails get blown, have fun sailing slowly to a port if you don’t have a repair kit. Dive into a magnificent, nautical world. Complete quests to shape your journey and meet unique characters along the way. But be warned, the world around you will react and change depending on the actions you take. Naval routes will change and with each conquered settlement the difficulty adapts to make for a more challenging adventure. Changes in the weather can knock you off your sea legs. From thick fog to dangerous storms, sail at your own risk and watch out for the direction of the wind. You could be blown right into an enemy’s path if you don’t strategize well enough.

King of Seas Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

King of Seas Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Choose from five different types of highly customisable ships: The Sloop, Brig, Flute, Frigate and Galleon. With over 900 items available to collect and deck out your ship with you can create a battle-ready vessel that’s the envy of rival pirates. Each settlement produces their own unique products. Buy them at the lowest price possible and sell them to other settlements where they are in high demand. Line your pockets with gold and spend on improvements to your ship and on brand new skills. You’re not alone out on the open ocean. Throughout your adventure you’ll face off in naval battles with monsters and rival pirates. Keep your wits about you and use strategy to win. Battle mechanics aren’t limited to blasting cannons, on your adventure you’ll acquire up to 20 different combat skills from flamethrowers to voodoo rituals. Each battle you win will raise the bounty on your head and you’ll be challenged by even more fearsome foes. There is so much to explore in the epic world of King of Seas. Discover secret maps hidden in the depths and excavate precious treasures. Go fishing and uncover as many as 30 varieties of fish living below the ocean surface. Complete special side missions and reap rewards that can help you on your adventure. King of Seas is an ARPG adventure game set in a nautical pirate world. Become the most legendary pirate of all time as you embark on an epic adventure across the boundless and ominous sea. Discover lost islands and treasures, fight rival pirates and menacing monsters all in your bid to become king of the sea.Arctictopia Switch NSP

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