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Team up Gladiators! New volunteers are incoming.

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“Bloodsports TV turns slaughtering a village into a fun reality show” Polygon

“Bloodsports.TV is a cracking co-op game and one you should be playing.” 8.0 – Gamestyle

8.5 – Redthirst


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Team up Gladiators! New volunteers are incoming.

Bloodsports.TV is a co-op top-down Hero Defense game. In this spin-off set in the world of Krater, take on waves of incoming enemies and bosses in this old school, fast-paced approach to strategic co-op games. Protect the glorious Missile Silo - locked on and ready to be fired at villages for a fresh supply of volunteers.

Team up with your friends and form a murderous crew from a variety of Gladiators, each with their own unique abilities and styles. Shoot, smash, stomp, electrocute, drain and melt your enemies (and occasionally heal your allies) to become a legendary Gladiator. Achieve higher scores and climb global leaderboards with your friends to become the greatest crew of Gladiators in the world.


Key Features:

  • 8 Diverse Gladiators: Choose your favourite and team up with your friends to find the best strategies and survive the longest.

  • 90+ Items: Customize your Gladiator to your liking with a plethora of items.

  • 6 Arenas: A vicious sport of gladiators needs an arena. Bloodsports.TV features six arenas with tactics to master and beasts to slay.

  • Detailed Leaderboards: Track your performance against the global rankings or compare with your friends.

  • Path to Glory: Achieve your way through titles and unlocks to reach the ultimate honor - the title of Grand Master!

  • Co-operative Multiplayer: Play with your friends! Bloodsports.TV supports up to five players.

  • Drop-in, Drop-out: Reconnect a left session or join a group of friends as they are playing.

  • Scaling Difficulty: The difficulty of the game is based on the amount of players in the session, never worry about not having enough players.

  • Endless Mode: Up for a real challenge? See how far you can get in this mode of infinite carnage!

  • APOCALYMPICS: For the hardcore Gladiators out there, the peak of difficulty is contained within the legendary APOCALYMPICS. Only the best will survive this beast of a challenge.

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Publisher:
FatShark
Developer:
Toadman Interactive
Genres:
Strategy, Indie
Source:
FatShark
Released:
Monday, March 30, 2015
Modes:
Languages:
English
Headset:
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  • OS: Windows Vista*, Windows 7, Windows 8
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E4600 or AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800+
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Radeon HD 5450 (1 GB) or GeForce GT 430 (1 GB)
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Windows Vista x86 SP2 with DirectX 10 Update Installed
  • OS: Windows 7 or higher
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 650 or AMD Phenom II X4 830+
  • Graphics: Radeon HD 6950 (1GB) or Geforce GTX560 (1GB)+
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space

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76
Unwind and chill with friends

This game has the now known by all elements of MOBA gaming that are second nature to many gamers, the recognizable shop system that we're used to from games like LOL, infinite crisis, heroes, etc. the coop factor where you need your team to be balanced and filling standard roles like Carry Tank Support etc and a money system which requires you to kill mobs and jungle creeps to buy all the items that you need. The difference here is that the game is PvE, which much tougher mobs as the game progresses than you would encounter in a standard MoBa. The game can be quite challenging at higher difficulties, and for a simple game with few playable characters I still find it engaging and interesting. There is a global leader board which I've gone up to top 20 to in Beta, and was interested in. The post apocalyptic setting is rich and well rendered. There are a few things that can be improved in the game and hopefully will be address with time, as the game is quite new still. There is a bit of lag that is associated with some animations (the rockets that are launched after the waves), and there is no real incentive for people to try out different maps, the game has numerous maps but you'll find that almost everyone keeps playing the first map, and many are not even aware of the existence of others. Overall a fun game to play with friends to unwind after stressful PvP on other games, with enough challenging elements to keep you coming for more.

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Bloodsports.TV - review

Bloodsports.TV puts the player in the shoes of a single hero, to face waves of enemies intent on destroying the missile silo on this map. For the various heroes, there are four different classes, classical in their composition: we find damage dealer, tank, curator and expert in crowd control, useful course to face the hordes of enemies that we are destined to face. The game mechanics of Bloodsports.TV are what makes it more similar to League of Legends: in addition to the presence of a shop where you can buy items, the control system is based also on the combination of buttons to launch QWER character skills that we are checking, designed to increase efficiency in the rise of our level. Much of the fun it must be to a party online games, provided you have a friend who plays. Stylistically, Bloodsports.TV resembles very closely to Borderlands, drawing inspiration however from League of Legends. Inherits from the first title character design and graphic style, represented by a sort of cartoon where there is also a healthy dose of violence, while entitled Riot Games inherits interface and visual, with a zoom level that allows you to highlight a cure for details a little 'wavering: appropriate for the characters and enemies of elite type, a bit' more anonymous as regards the normal enemies and boundary elements of the arenas.

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