Red Crucible Review
Once again the thunder of combat echoes through European lands. Devastation and destruction reign supreme. The unthinkable has happened, the Cold War has exploded into an all out warfare.
You must choose for whom you will fight. There is no surrender. There is no giving ground. You will fight to the last…
Compete with friends or players from around the globe using some of the world’s deadliest modern weapons and vehicles. Play with up to 32 players in several unique environments designed for both infantry and vehicle combat.
Free Indie Game “Red Crucible” Review:
It’s your average shooter; you have maps, weapons, upgrades, clothing, and everything else to choose from. While “Red Crucible” is considered a free indie game, you pretty much have to pay for ingame currency if you want any of the good weapons. I mean, you do earn currency at the end each match, but it would take around 10 matches to get the amount you need for one of the good guns.
Overall, the game is a good time killer, but looking past that it’s easy to point out that the graphics are meh, the gameplay is very simple, and the application itself is very resource heavy. I’ve also had some problems with it crashing occasionally, and so have some other players.
So yeah. If you’re bored, then give it a couple plays, but don’t expect anything besides your normal freemium shooter.