About Beasts of Bermuda Game
Among the few dino simulators out there Beasts of Bermuda looks more advantageous based on the game mechanics and learning curve. Sastrei Studios managed to develop a captivating game experience that favors both seasoned players and newcomers. In the beginning, you can select any dinosaur from a wide variety of choices and start one of three game modes: Life Cycle, Free Roam or Combat. Depending on your choice, you're going to face particular objectives, The Life Cycle is all about growing your prehistoric creature from a newborn (as an egg or newly hatched) to a grown adult unlocking special new talents and upgrading its abilities in the process. The Free Roam gives you a full-grown dino with a fixed number of capabilities and the whole island to explore. As the third title suggests, in the Combat mode you're thrown into the PvP action arena where conflicts are stimulated and you must rely on your tactics when competing with opponents. Every enemy you overpower will give you score points. Despite some sort of weak graphics, BoB is one of the best dinosaurs simulations with a strong emphasis on hunting and survival.
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Beasts of Bermuda game trailer
The brand new launch trailer introduces players to the Beasts of Bermuda
OS: Windows 7 or later, 64 bit only
Processor: Intel Core i5 or equivalent
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 or equivalent
DirectX: Version 10
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 10 GB available space
Beasts of Bermuda gameplay video
Beasts of Bermuda review and gameplay of the game
Reviews Beasts of Bermuda Game
Beasts of Bermuda is a multi-player game with large servers, in which the player grows up as a dinosaur or other prehistoric creature. The player becomes part of a living ecosystem created by the player. The ultimate goal is to survive on one of the islands within Bermuda.
- Increased damage reduction means increased safety and survival for you. Sometimes a strategic grouping with larger mosaics or growing mosaics is necessary, as this prevents their subsequent betrayal and turning you into a dinner. It also allows you to rush into the thick of the fight to help without killing each other.
- An increased friendship score is mandatory for nesting.
- More hunters means more food or more opportunities to eat. As a rule, more than one player is actively hunting in a group.
- Many players hunting can help in destroying larger prey, which will lead to more points and food everywhere.
- Groups usually have different people with different playing styles, which gives you a lot of opportunities to learn as you grow.
- Protection. Let's just say that there is safety in numbers, and few players will want to challenge a group of mosa working together.
- Wider map coverage. Many times, large groups were divided into several subgroups, which were dispersed around the map for hunting. Each subgroup is able to hunt and bring food in case one group fails.
- Increasing friendship scores means reducing the damage done to members of your group. If the time comes when you need to attack or kill the previous member of the group, this may be unlikely, if not impossible. Whether you stay in the same group or not, your score will remain the same until one of you dies.
- The more mouths to feed, the more food is required.
- More players means more chaos, more noise and more distractions.
- Often, random members of the group with whom you are not familiar may show disrespect to other members of the group and may not respect the subordination or requests of senior members of the group.
- When you team up with people you don't know, your tag is displayed on their screen, and they will know where you are at every moment. One betrayal can lead to the fact that you will be killed, and you will not have the slightest chance to hide.