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Position: Sharpshooter - Long range, accuracy focused Pro. The Gunslinger is a Sharpshooter-class Pro, and is listed as very difficult, though many consider her to be the most difficult Pro. She has the ability to increase her fire rate by a large amount, the power to shoot some form of magically or technologically altered bullets in a cone in front of her, and the ability to slow nearby enemies down so that she may either aim more easily or make a quick get away. She has two weapons that she carries around, Lucinda, her trusty, no-scope rifle that can shoot through friendly players (without dealing damage, of course), enemies, and bots, making it possible to score a double kill with a lucky, timed and skillful shot.
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The reason I love this game so much, and just cannot stop playing, is the settings, the characters, and the announcers. Every character has their own unique style, and some of them are downright hilarious. The announcers lines especially will have you laughing in your seat. You have five types of classes, and at least 3 different characters of each class to suit your playstyle. If you want to be up-front and personal, pushing bot lanes ahead of your team, enforcers are your best option, high-health meatshields. Defenders are your healer and support classes. Strikers are high-mobility, burst damage pros. And then you have sharpshooters and commandos. These characters generally have the highest risk/reward factors. They both have the lowest health pools in the game, and are arguably the hardest to play. Sharpshooters sit in the back, picking off weak enemies and controlling lanes with various abilities. Commandos have the ability to get in, harass/kill other players, and get out quickly. I have the most fun playing this particular class of pros.
Seriously, if you love any kind of MOBA/DOTA/3rd-person shooter/Tower Defense style games, you absolutely MUST give this a try. You simply cannot go wrong. Now, if you'll excuse me, I've got some more SMNC to play.
This game is awesome and unlike other F2P games, you cannot pay to win. The in game currency is called "combat coins." After winning or losing a match you get them to spend in the shop. Although you can buy items in the shop, most of them are cosmetic. You can buy hats, stickers, costumes, and weapons that look different. You can spend money to unlock all the pros but, you already get about 6 free weekly and you can collect combat coins to unlock your favorite pro. You can also buy boosters but, it will raise your level too fast and you will be put against players much better than you.
This game has a steep learning curve but, once you start to get better at the game it is pure bliss. Getting your first kill, winning your first game or, successfully activating the Annihilator (Imagine the beginning of the Hunger Games with the Annihilator or "anni" being the supplies in the middle of the arena) is a great feeling. One of the best matches I've ever played was a consistent tug of war that lasted for 30 minutes before my team won. While running and gunning can work sometimes, strategy and teamwork will usually prevail.
Now unfortunately there are a couple of negatives to this game. Every once in a while you will have a game where someone quits (people call them leavers) and you usually end up losing because the game is unbalanced. However, i have won a couple of games despite being shorthanded so it's not always a bad thing if the person who leaves sucks. The matchmaking could be better except that it needs more players. To get more players, you need a better matchmaking system. You get the idea. Occasionally you will get a treasure ball that has something rare in it. Only problem is you have to pay $2.50 to open it. I do it to support the developers but, it might make some people mad
You will die, you will lose games, and sometimes you might feel like throwing your computer out the window however, after a little getting used to the game it's a unique experience that cannot be had in most games. If you would like a challenging and fun game with hours of entertainment please pick this up. After all it's free and you have nothing to lose. GET IT NOW :)
+ Weekly rotation of pros
+ Hybrid style shooter and strategy presents unique challenges
+ Addicting Gameplay
+ Great development team that listens to the players
+ Free balls that have rare costume pieces
- Steep learning curve
- Balls need a key to open that cost $2.50
SMNC is fun to play and has a great sense of humor. There is a learning curve, but skills from shooters and MOBAs carry over. The game is best played with a five person team, but you can play in a solo queue or a two/three person queue as well. After your games end, you can download your replays to watch later. The game is updated weekly by the awesome developers at Uber Entertainment. There's even an in-game store that allows you to buy cosmetic items to visually enhance your character if you so desire.
All in all, SMNC is a very fun and unique experience that shouldn't be missed.