Panzer Paladin Review
Posted: 5 months ago, last updated 4 months ago.
You progress by jumping, swinging and attacking enemies. You can play controller the robot, and pick and choose the many melee weapons dropped by enemies. Or you can eject and play as Flame to fit through smaller gaps and hidden areas, although he cannot pick up weapons and has significantly lower health.
Similar to the Breath Of the Wild weapons have a durability and after extensive use will break, weapons of different rarity will differ on how long they last. Each weapon has its own type of attack spell that is used when breaking a weapon purposely, by snapping it you can deal larger damage for the price of your weapon.
There are 17 levels you can tackle in any order, each ending with a boss battle. You can upgrade between levels and use the blacksmith mode to customise weapons that can be shared with other players online. There's also a Speed-Run game mode where you compete against online leaderboards.
To share customised weapon types and see World Leaderboards you need to have online. To play the campaign you don't need online.
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