Sky Gamblers: Cold War – Latest Enjoyment in Sky Gamblers Series
If you are a hardcore gamer, which game has captivated your mind so much that you think of it even if you are not playing? I am sure, it’s the Sky Gamblers series games. And the latest entry in the series, the Cold War too is enticing up to the mark. Even if you quit the menu and go to bed, you keep planning your next move, about flying your Black-Bird to spy on the commies in a single-player campaign or you may daydream about fighting heated dogfights against other players in the awesome multiplayer. Sky Gamblers Cold War is indeed a game that leaves its impression. Here I would like to recommend you to visit Sky-Gamblers.com – the best place to discuss the Sky Gamblers Cold War game as well as other Sky Gambler series games online. Here you can get useful tips and help to enjoy the games even more and improve your gaming experience by talking to like-minded gamers.
The game takes place in the magical period from the late 40s to early 90s when stocking nuclear weapons was considered like a sport, with almost every other word of world leaders was like a kind of warning or threat, and everybody spying on the other and doing everything for undermining each other’s power.
In single-player campaigns you can fly all types of missions to battle with the ever-growing and universal threat of big bad communism from conquering the world. You can fly missions like the earlier mentioned BlackBird mission which enables you to take shots of suspected installations of enemy, escort missions where you need to protect some targets while they are released or simply the good old dogfight mission where your main aim is to survive. Cold War will take you sometimes even out of the pilots seat and make you act as a gunner. It indeed does a real nice job of blending things up for the single-player campaign and offers an extremely appealing, if a bit clichéd, story to make things move along. Accomplishing missions and targets in the campaign unlocks new planes for the gamer to fly in the multiplayer, thus it is even more captivating to play through.
Some of the missions are a bit too long, and completing targets seem too vague; moreover, Cold War has a very irritating feature of falling into Call of Duty syndrome. In short, the campaign has too many cut-scenes for its own benefit. It is like you cannot even go forth for ten seconds without some video popping in. This is particularly irritating when it is in the middle of a fight.
But on the other hand, the multiplayer is an absolutely awesome blast to play. You get so many options with so many sorts of matches to play through that it’s hard for you to get bored. There are Capture the Flag missions, deathmatches, a flying version of king of the hill, team survival missions and so on and so forth. You will find no scarcity of people to play with and so, it’s so much fun! Single-player versions of all multiplayers are available to enable you to sharpen your skills sometimes on your own.