Gacha Club, developed by the creators of Gacha Life, features RPG battles featuring characters that players have customized down to every detail. It builds upon Lumine’s first title while expanding upon their world and adding additional customization options.
While its customization system is at the heart of this experience, the game also boasts an amazingly robust combat system which stands up well against some of its more intensive rivals. While not quite as hardcore as some others in its genre, it still delivers plenty of action and strategy which make the experience enjoyable for all skill levels.
Gacha Club features not only character creation and studio modes, but also several minigames that help players earn rewards that can be used to purchase units or other in-game items. These include story mode, training mode, element towers and Shadows of Corruption mode; each provides reliable ways for leveling up characters while progressing through their main story arc of play, while providing upgrades at reliable intervals.
Gacha Club’s character creation system is comprehensive and allows players to adjust the size, hairstyle and facial features as desired. Furthermore, players are given access to clothing, weapons, accessories, pets and other props so their characters can be dressed according to preference and transported into a studio to have photographs taken with different backgrounds in different environments and even add captions to complete scenes.
As opposed to other gacha games, this one does not feature a stamina-based system which restricts how often studio sessions can run at once, making it possible to farm a substantial quantity of upgrade materials quickly despite early stage efforts. Furthermore, as units don’t belong exclusively to any element or theme within each scene scene.
The game offers an engaging set of mini-games to help pass the time. Although they cannot replace the excitement and tension found within its main campaign, these provide an enjoyable way to level up characters while having some fun between raids and battles.
Gacha Club is designed for players of any age and is recommended as an engaging, creative game that will keep kids and teenagers occupied for hours. Unfortunately, however, it also contains advertisements and in-app purchases, so parents should monitor their children’s gameplay closely and encourage their spending habits with them before making purchases or engaging in long-term play. Furthermore, families may wish to play together so as to maximize each other’s enjoyment of the game.