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Starblood Arena is a great example of what to avoid creating in a video game. At its core it feels like a small arena battling game in the vein of Descent. Starblood Arena is missing a good single player experience. This game is hard on the easiest setting. Moving and shooting in full 360 degree fashion gets sickening really fast. I stayed docked wherever I spawned a couple of times because it was easier to hit the other ships.

Starblood Arena includes nine total pilots. On top of the violent content, we also have some enticement to lust content. The language in Starblood Arena is horrible. It hurts a game that was already struggling. The blob and robot announcers are only there between matches. They are insulting and threatening all at the same time. The only thing that helped in dealing with them was the long loading screens.

There is rock music in Starblood Arena while we play. That can be turned off if you are offended by lyrics in these songs. There are multiple weapons we can use in Starblood Arena. I loved throwing mines out there. The different characters have different ships which have mild variations to them. Matches go for so many minutes and this game tracks your kills, and the times you were killed.

The worst part about Starblood Arena is getting sick. The tutorial teaches all of the commands. Rolling in the vehicle is probably the worst one. Even in the tutorial it made me feel sick. I did not use it in the game. Flying around with the joystick, and targeting with my head is hard enough. Trying to do that while rolling made me extremely nauseous.

There are online battles in Starblood Arena. Some of them are ranked. That is if you can find other players online to play against. Starblood Arena is not a very popular game. After playing it I can see why. I have already uninstalled it. I am thankful Family Friendly Gaming purchased a copy of Starblood Arena on the PS4 VR. The failures from the PR and Marketing firm make no logical sense.


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 50%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 55%

System: Playstation 4 VR
Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment
Developer: WhiteMoon Dreams
Rating: ‘T’ - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Language, Violence}

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