Knight Story: la recensione del gioco

Today we’re going to review a new game, Knight Story, which we can consider an RPG (Role Playing Game) with a part of idle, i.e. it doesn’t need the player’s intervention in every moment of its operation, so it will go on even when the game is off.

This game was developed by the Biscuit team, a name that will sound familiar especially to EOS blockchain players, since it’s the same team behind the more famous EOS Knight game, of which it’s part of the assets.

We’re in the presence of a free-to-play game and this means that we’ll simply download the application for Android or iOS and we’ll be able to start playing right away without too many settings whatsoever, also because the game is very simple.

An interesting thing about this game is the possibility to let the player choose which blockchain to start the game with, whether with Ethereum, Tron or EOS (even if the EOS section is not yet active).

It has to be considered that each blockchain is separate and we can’t do a cross-transfer of objects, so each blockchain will have its own story, even if we can start the game on all the blockschain.

The Knight Story marketplace

Considering that it’s an RPG genre and therefore assumes that there are items for the characters such as armor, weapons and more, the game has its own marketplace.

The only flaw is that the team forces us to buy “tickets” called “MYKI” (3 pieces cost €1.09), otherwise we won’t be able to sell our items.

Moreover, these items can only be bought in fiat currency with accounts like Google or Apple, and crypto is not allowed, even if we can connect our wallet, but only for the management of the sale of the items and not for the purchase.

Unfortunately these aspects don’t make the game too attractive and it’s difficult to call it dApp since we can only find it on centralized platforms.

Knight Story review: the game’s ratings

  • Gameplay: varied, with different missions. 7/10:
  • Advertisement and object cost: no advertisement, expensive object cost and no crypto options, 4/10;
  • Crypto and blockchain integration: multi-blockchain but only on sale objects side, 90% centralized application and available only in centralized stores, 5/10.
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