Did you ever wonder how it would feel like to start over? A second chance for a completely new life, designed by you. Would you take other choices, maker other decisions? Where would you go and what would you be? It is a fascinating thought play. Virtual Reality makes a lot happen. You can explore whole new worlds through it. But how about a virtual reality social media app for your mobile? The new world we've been waiting for?
It seems as though some of the most popular titles in the gaming market today allow players to feel as though they are living a second life. There has even been a role-playing game called Second Life that came out for the PC years ago.
I have never been one to spend a lot of time playing games like this, but I heard a lot of good things about a new virtual world known as Avakin Life. Being a person who is creative by nature, I do find that when I engage in games like Avakin Life I feel as though I can be truly creative with my roleplaying style. Roleplaying can be a great way to get the story-writing juices flowing, so I downloaded Avakin Life to check it out.
Everything about Avakin Life is meant to simulate living life as you would in the real world, except in Avakin Life you get to choose exactly how you want to live. What will you design your home to look like? What career will you choose for yourself? Where will be your signature hangout? These are just a few of the things you can work on when you start playing Avakin Life.
Some virtual worlds can be a bit boxy or muddy when it comes to the graphics, so I was surprised to see that Avakin Life had smooth, straightforward visuals.
The balance between animation and realistic graphics is perfect for the mobile platform and are just immersive enough to pull you into the game while you roleplay with friends.
One thing I did notice about the animation in Avakin Life, however, is that at times the physics of how a character moves does not work properly. For example, there are times you might try to sit your avatar in a chair but your legs won't bend at the knees, making your avatar look awkward and unnatural in the environment.
My favorite part about playing open world games like Avakin Life is getting to meet all kinds of interesting people from around the globe. I have met some very cool people from places I never would have thought I would make friends.
The only thing you need to keep in mind before downloading Avakin Life is that you can't expect everyone you talk to in the game to have good intentions or a clean means of communicating.
This means that if you plan on downloading the game for one of your kids you should reconsider. There isn't much you or the developers can do to make sure you aren't being harassed by other players or seeing inappropriate content; so, it's best to avoid the situation altogether if you are afraid of it being a problem.
Overall, Avakin Life is a decent game for anyone who enjoys roleplaying and meeting other gamers from around the world. I wouldn't recommend Avakin Life for children under the age of 13 as I don't think younger children would understand how to handle some of the content that could come up.
If you do have kids who are playing this game, just make sure you are being responsible and checking up on them every now and then to make sure they aren't being exposed to something they shouldn't be.