Friends vs Friends hands on preview – chaotic card shooting – Niche Gamer

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We got the chance to meet up with Raw Fury to preview their upcoming game Friends vs Friends.

Before going to our meeting I had actually not heard of Friends vs Friends but had heard of Raw Fury due to their other projects. As a fan of first-person shooters, their concept of a deck builder first-person shooter was intriguing. Due to running behind, we sat back and watched others enjoy the game before trying it out ourselves.

Friends vs Friends is a card battle or deck-building 1st person shooter that has players competing against one another. Each round, players draw a set amount of cards and can use them at any point during the round. Any remaining cards will be retained and additional cards will be drawn in future rounds. Each match is played using a best of five system with the player reaching three round wins, claiming victory.

Friends vs Friends Hands-on

During our time with Friends vs Friends, we went the distance with the final match deciding who would win. Before you can find out who won, let us talk about the actual mechanics of the game. Each round players draw a set number of cards that can be activated at any point.

These cards can give the player a weapon, create an automated turret, increase the player’s health, increase the player’s size, shrink their head, or even nuke the map. When going into combat you are never certain what your opponent’s deck might have; this makes it so that you have to be able to adjust to each combat scenario while playing your best style.

During our 1st round, we shrunk our head while pulling out a katana to fight against the enemy. Are opponent countered by using an assault rifle and becoming large; this increase in size gave him additional health, but luckily we were able to cut him down to size.

In the 2nd round of the fight, we drew the submachine gun card and equipped it with vampiric bullets; these bullets allowed us to heal whenever we hit our opponent. The 2nd round was a bit of a slaughter since the opposing player did not draw any of the cards they desired.

In the 3rd round, we did not draw a weapon; instead, we drew an invisibility and substitution perk as well as poison ammo but without a main weapon, we chose to not use this card.

So with just a pistol equipped,  we attempted to shoot our enemy but he decided to pull out a turret and chased us down with a rocket launcher firing at us until we were dead.

In the fourth round, our opponent utilized the katana that they had equipped effectively. Despite having an assault rifle, he was able to block our attacks …….


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