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  • It’s great but it needs more customization. May 25, 2021

    By cute pun pun 2
    This game is great overall but I think it needs a bit of customization like a character creator where you can make your own character when you go into it you need to pay 2 primo gems to make your own character and it will also ask if you want your own animations and moves witch cost 10 primo gems you can choose yes or no when you get into the character creator it will ask if you want a male, female or a small female after selecting it will ask your characters name when after you Type it in it will show step one the eyes you will be able to customize the eyelashes eye color and eye shape and eye size after that step 2 is mouth you will be able to choose from cat mouth normal mouth and squiggly mouth and lipstick step 3 is hair you will be able to choose bangs side bangs back hair and ponytails and colors step4 will be what type of character you want a cat like diona a elf or a human step5 will be to choose your skin color step6 will be for the ones who payed the primo gems for custom animations and moves if your on a pc you can upload your own animations and moves after all of that you will chose your weapon, hat, glasses, hoodie, top, skirt, socks and dress if you want you can change your character for free later on that’s all I got to say as I said overall the game is good but it needs customization thanks if you put this in the game.
  • May 16, 2022

    By Angel
    I love the game, but there are some notable issues. 1. With so many characters coming out, older characters (like kazuha) have less of a chance to get a rerun. This makes it hard for new players to get old characters. It'd be great if old characters could be added to standard banner. 2. The game is laggy on Mobil. It takes a while for cut scenes or mobs to load. 3.
  • F2P friendly if you’re not a completionist Feb 25, 2022

    By The-Tabbycat-Witch
    I think the gacha element is the most controversial part of the game, so I’ll address that here since I haven’t seen any other reviews really delve into it. I’ve had a fair amount of experience with gacha games, and my experience with Genshin is very different. With most gacha games, it feels like you need all of the higher level characters in order to progress and after getting hooked you quickly fall into a “pay to win” rut. However, my experience with Genshin Impact has been far from that. While the pricing to get new characters is pretty steep, they offer a lot of value. If you have only one 5⭐️ and build the rest of your 4🌟characters properly, you can easily beat the game. There may be some extra things that you can’t do, but the core game & events are mostly f2p friendly. As long as you’re not really aiming for a specific character and/or have a gambling issue, the gacha shouldn’t be a big issue. I will say that this is a fighting/exploration heavy RPG first and foremost with a bit of story to tie it all together. Most of your time in game will be spent fighting monsters and looking for treasure. The story is interesting (though the writing can be a bit spotty depending), but if that’s the main thing you’re looking for you’ll probably get worn out fairly quickly. However, if you’re like me and just like running around, killing stuff, and gathering materials, I definitely think you’ll have fun with it!
  • Started out great Sep 30, 2021

    By VrutiS
    Genshin is a one of kind game and was so much fun to play in the beginning. The amazing open world gameplay, character designs, music and storyline really sold me on the game when I started playing last November. But almost a year later, things have just been slowly slipping. The music and map design is still amazing but there have been no QoL improvements and player feedback is basically ignored in favor of game mechanics that no one really wants (like the housing and fishing systems). The grind in the game ruins the hype for any character. Even after successfully getting a character you like it takes months to build them to a point where they can be used. Additionally, the more recent characters are all completely unbalanced and not worth the resources. Mihoyo seems to prefer to rely on waifu tropes to sell these characters. Pair that with the sloppily executed storyline of the latest chapter and it’s easy to see that the quality of the game has dropped. The biggest problem with Genshin is the lack of endgame content. There is only one dungeon which resets twice a month and they also tend to add in awful mechanics just to sell their latest character. Between the lack of improvements throughout the year and the meager celebrations for the anniversary, it is clear that Mihoyo does not respect its players. If you do want to play the game and enjoy the good things in it, I would recommend doing so as an F2P player. I definitely regret spending money.
  • May 17, 2022

    By melt.slayer _666
    One of the best games.... But.. it needs alot of work. Its so hard to grind for primo gems to pull for new characters. If you rush the main story and side quests you end up with nothing to do. There's absolutely no end game content. I love this game so much but I've ended up feeling really lost since I got to the end of the game. Great music, great graphics, amazing art and characters
  • Amazing game, but a few things to note Feb 16, 2022

    By ^HoneyBee^
    I want to start off by saying that Genshin has gotten me through so much boredom over the pandemic. Absolutely beautiful game, unique characters, and lots to explore. However, are here are a few things to note. First off, once you’re at a higher adventure rank it’s much harder to get primogems, in comparison how much it costs to pull on a weapon or character banner once. If you go to the one star reviews you may notice many of them say things like “give me Ganyu and I’ll change my review back.” While that’s childish, it is very difficult to get characters. Second off, this game requires a lot of storage for mobile players. We only have three nations so far, I highly doubt there will be many mobile players left in the game soon. Lastly the game can feel more like a chore when you’re at a higher level. The resin system limits how many materials we can gather in a day. Also I’ve begun to notice many players log on to do their commissions, use up their resin and log off. Despite this I’m still going to give it five stars since it’s really been one of my favorite games. And even if I don’t get the character I wanted, or I run out of resin there’s lots to do. You can decorate your teapot normally or build some home made contraption in it. You can run around on co-op helping people or simply making new friends. You can participate in the current events. Overall it’s a very fun game, and I’d recommend it.
  • May 15, 2022

    By Anh
    Great game. Battle mechanics and graphics are really smooth. Quite a lot to learn in the beginning, so it may be quite confusing. The only downside side is the RNG mechanic of the game. 5/14/22 Edit: After patch 2.4, the texts on mobile for the wish banner and updates are extremely zoomed in, where it is inconvenient and makes navigating through surveys and wish history very difficult and annoying. In-game currency given to the player is low compared to others. Slow paced game without much to do
  • The only thing saving me from boredom Nov 24, 2021

    By Yaahuuu
    I remember starting Genshin with a wondrous. Everything was so new and exiting. I started in April. I still remember freezing in dragonspine or worried about if I had enough eggs to keep going during my battle. The journeys and quests were endless. This was until AR 47 or somewhere around there. All the quests were completed and most regions (Only two around) were all completed. At this point, the Inazuman word had spread, and people were talking about saving for kazuha, or Ayaka. Once Kazuha came out, is when I stopped being a bit bored again. I had managed to pull him as my first 5* too and was pretty excited, which got me back in. Before all I was doing we’re commissions and then either farm artifacts or farm ley lines. Now I was on a bit more. Inazuma was just about to be out, so I used my fragile resin to farm a bit more. And finally, the arrival of inazuma. It kept me up. I was back to that curious me. Then as time slowly passed, it went away again. Now the most saving me from boredom are the events. This game is dear to me. But it takes so long for a new “Best new quest!” To come out. I remember the golden apple archipelago. That was one of the best quests I was able to be apart of. But once it’s gone it’s gone. This game is awsome fun and great. Enjoy it while it lasts. Because at some point you will be stuck in this endless cycle of commissions+farming every single day. Repetitive, and gets tiring. But I still love you.
  • Apr 2, 2022

    By Karma Tamiki
    It's an amazing game, the visuals are beautiful, the music is so emmersive, the storyline is awesome, everything about it is perfect. Except for the fact that it doesn't work well on mobile devices. I mostly play on my phone and most everything works fine, but when it comes to a cut scene it keeps freezing, and it won't work on my laptop. Other than that everything is amazing, and it's and awesome game would totally recomend if you don't mind the cut scene thing on mobile/have the right laptop.
  • The most successful open world game Oct 1, 2020

    By Tronscream
    In my many years of trying to find games to play on the phone and ACTUALLY being satisfied and having something to play till 3 am. Genshin Impact has shown me that I waited long enough, the game asked me to write a review but I just couldn’t stop playing at the time. I have a few suggestions but the game doesn’t need major changes the updates are spontaneous but that is to come of a new game so it’s not a complaint, if you’re looking for a game that you can like and that has beautiful graphics along with fighting mechanics then this is your game. With the dungeons and monsters and many different places to visit it’s even fun just running around looking at the world, although one suggestion I have is that instead of just food to heal your party members why not add craftable health potions and such so my character doesn’t feel sick when eating so much 😂. The purity and smooth play of the game is phenomenal though, I’ve already suggested it to a dozen people and I think this game has greater potential, on the other hand I was opening this was a open world multiplayer aswell, but the story says otherwise. If you need to relax and relieve stress this is the game, but if you want to play with friends and find people to meet you better have them added or you’ll be alone like I am! All in all having a better friends system would be awesome but the game itself is phenomenal! Paimon is so Kawaii!!!!!
  • It’s great but it needs more customization. May 25, 2021

    By cute pun pun 2
    This game is great overall but I think it needs a bit of customization like a character creator where you can make your own character when you go into it you need to pay 2 primo gems to make your own character and it will also ask if you want your own animations and moves witch cost 10 primo gems you can choose yes or no when you get into the character creator it will ask if you want a male, female or a small female after selecting it will ask your characters name when after you Type it in it will show step one the eyes you will be able to customize the eyelashes eye color and eye shape and eye size after that step 2 is mouth you will be able to choose from cat mouth normal mouth and squiggly mouth and lipstick step 3 is hair you will be able to choose bangs side bangs back hair and ponytails and colors step4 will be what type of character you want a cat like diona a elf or a human step5 will be to choose your skin color step6 will be for the ones who payed the primo gems for custom animations and moves if your on a pc you can upload your own animations and moves after all of that you will chose your weapon, hat, glasses, hoodie, top, skirt, socks and dress if you want you can change your character for free later on that’s all I got to say as I said overall the game is good but it needs customization thanks if you put this in the game.
  • May 16, 2022

    By Angel
    I love the game, but there are some notable issues. 1. With so many characters coming out, older characters (like kazuha) have less of a chance to get a rerun. This makes it hard for new players to get old characters. It'd be great if old characters could be added to standard banner. 2. The game is laggy on Mobil. It takes a while for cut scenes or mobs to load. 3.
  • F2P friendly if you’re not a completionist Feb 25, 2022

    By The-Tabbycat-Witch
    I think the gacha element is the most controversial part of the game, so I’ll address that here since I haven’t seen any other reviews really delve into it. I’ve had a fair amount of experience with gacha games, and my experience with Genshin is very different. With most gacha games, it feels like you need all of the higher level characters in order to progress and after getting hooked you quickly fall into a “pay to win” rut. However, my experience with Genshin Impact has been far from that. While the pricing to get new characters is pretty steep, they offer a lot of value. If you have only one 5⭐️ and build the rest of your 4🌟characters properly, you can easily beat the game. There may be some extra things that you can’t do, but the core game & events are mostly f2p friendly. As long as you’re not really aiming for a specific character and/or have a gambling issue, the gacha shouldn’t be a big issue. I will say that this is a fighting/exploration heavy RPG first and foremost with a bit of story to tie it all together. Most of your time in game will be spent fighting monsters and looking for treasure. The story is interesting (though the writing can be a bit spotty depending), but if that’s the main thing you’re looking for you’ll probably get worn out fairly quickly. However, if you’re like me and just like running around, killing stuff, and gathering materials, I definitely think you’ll have fun with it!
  • Started out great Sep 30, 2021

    By VrutiS
    Genshin is a one of kind game and was so much fun to play in the beginning. The amazing open world gameplay, character designs, music and storyline really sold me on the game when I started playing last November. But almost a year later, things have just been slowly slipping. The music and map design is still amazing but there have been no QoL improvements and player feedback is basically ignored in favor of game mechanics that no one really wants (like the housing and fishing systems). The grind in the game ruins the hype for any character. Even after successfully getting a character you like it takes months to build them to a point where they can be used. Additionally, the more recent characters are all completely unbalanced and not worth the resources. Mihoyo seems to prefer to rely on waifu tropes to sell these characters. Pair that with the sloppily executed storyline of the latest chapter and it’s easy to see that the quality of the game has dropped. The biggest problem with Genshin is the lack of endgame content. There is only one dungeon which resets twice a month and they also tend to add in awful mechanics just to sell their latest character. Between the lack of improvements throughout the year and the meager celebrations for the anniversary, it is clear that Mihoyo does not respect its players. If you do want to play the game and enjoy the good things in it, I would recommend doing so as an F2P player. I definitely regret spending money.
  • May 17, 2022

    By melt.slayer _666
    One of the best games.... But.. it needs alot of work. Its so hard to grind for primo gems to pull for new characters. If you rush the main story and side quests you end up with nothing to do. There's absolutely no end game content. I love this game so much but I've ended up feeling really lost since I got to the end of the game. Great music, great graphics, amazing art and characters
  • Amazing game, but a few things to note Feb 16, 2022

    By ^HoneyBee^
    I want to start off by saying that Genshin has gotten me through so much boredom over the pandemic. Absolutely beautiful game, unique characters, and lots to explore. However, are here are a few things to note. First off, once you’re at a higher adventure rank it’s much harder to get primogems, in comparison how much it costs to pull on a weapon or character banner once. If you go to the one star reviews you may notice many of them say things like “give me Ganyu and I’ll change my review back.” While that’s childish, it is very difficult to get characters. Second off, this game requires a lot of storage for mobile players. We only have three nations so far, I highly doubt there will be many mobile players left in the game soon. Lastly the game can feel more like a chore when you’re at a higher level. The resin system limits how many materials we can gather in a day. Also I’ve begun to notice many players log on to do their commissions, use up their resin and log off. Despite this I’m still going to give it five stars since it’s really been one of my favorite games. And even if I don’t get the character I wanted, or I run out of resin there’s lots to do. You can decorate your teapot normally or build some home made contraption in it. You can run around on co-op helping people or simply making new friends. You can participate in the current events. Overall it’s a very fun game, and I’d recommend it.
  • May 15, 2022

    By Anh
    Great game. Battle mechanics and graphics are really smooth. Quite a lot to learn in the beginning, so it may be quite confusing. The only downside side is the RNG mechanic of the game. 5/14/22 Edit: After patch 2.4, the texts on mobile for the wish banner and updates are extremely zoomed in, where it is inconvenient and makes navigating through surveys and wish history very difficult and annoying. In-game currency given to the player is low compared to others. Slow paced game without much to do
  • The only thing saving me from boredom Nov 24, 2021

    By Yaahuuu
    I remember starting Genshin with a wondrous. Everything was so new and exiting. I started in April. I still remember freezing in dragonspine or worried about if I had enough eggs to keep going during my battle. The journeys and quests were endless. This was until AR 47 or somewhere around there. All the quests were completed and most regions (Only two around) were all completed. At this point, the Inazuman word had spread, and people were talking about saving for kazuha, or Ayaka. Once Kazuha came out, is when I stopped being a bit bored again. I had managed to pull him as my first 5* too and was pretty excited, which got me back in. Before all I was doing we’re commissions and then either farm artifacts or farm ley lines. Now I was on a bit more. Inazuma was just about to be out, so I used my fragile resin to farm a bit more. And finally, the arrival of inazuma. It kept me up. I was back to that curious me. Then as time slowly passed, it went away again. Now the most saving me from boredom are the events. This game is dear to me. But it takes so long for a new “Best new quest!” To come out. I remember the golden apple archipelago. That was one of the best quests I was able to be apart of. But once it’s gone it’s gone. This game is awsome fun and great. Enjoy it while it lasts. Because at some point you will be stuck in this endless cycle of commissions+farming every single day. Repetitive, and gets tiring. But I still love you.
  • Apr 2, 2022

    By Karma Tamiki
    It's an amazing game, the visuals are beautiful, the music is so emmersive, the storyline is awesome, everything about it is perfect. Except for the fact that it doesn't work well on mobile devices. I mostly play on my phone and most everything works fine, but when it comes to a cut scene it keeps freezing, and it won't work on my laptop. Other than that everything is amazing, and it's and awesome game would totally recomend if you don't mind the cut scene thing on mobile/have the right laptop.
  • The most successful open world game Oct 1, 2020

    By Tronscream
    In my many years of trying to find games to play on the phone and ACTUALLY being satisfied and having something to play till 3 am. Genshin Impact has shown me that I waited long enough, the game asked me to write a review but I just couldn’t stop playing at the time. I have a few suggestions but the game doesn’t need major changes the updates are spontaneous but that is to come of a new game so it’s not a complaint, if you’re looking for a game that you can like and that has beautiful graphics along with fighting mechanics then this is your game. With the dungeons and monsters and many different places to visit it’s even fun just running around looking at the world, although one suggestion I have is that instead of just food to heal your party members why not add craftable health potions and such so my character doesn’t feel sick when eating so much 😂. The purity and smooth play of the game is phenomenal though, I’ve already suggested it to a dozen people and I think this game has greater potential, on the other hand I was opening this was a open world multiplayer aswell, but the story says otherwise. If you need to relax and relieve stress this is the game, but if you want to play with friends and find people to meet you better have them added or you’ll be alone like I am! All in all having a better friends system would be awesome but the game itself is phenomenal! Paimon is so Kawaii!!!!!

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  • F2P friendly if you’re not a completionist Feb 25, 2022

    By The-Tabbycat-Witch
    I think the gacha element is the most controversial part of the game, so I’ll address that here since I haven’t seen any other reviews really delve into it. I’ve had a fair amount of experience with gacha games, and my experience with Genshin is very different. With most gacha games, it feels like you need all of the higher level characters in order to progress and after getting hooked you quickly fall into a “pay to win” rut. However, my experience with Genshin Impact has been far from that. While the pricing to get new characters is pretty steep, they offer a lot of value. If you have only one 5⭐️ and build the rest of your 4🌟characters properly, you can easily beat the game. There may be some extra things that you can’t do, but the core game & events are mostly f2p friendly. As long as you’re not really aiming for a specific character and/or have a gambling issue, the gacha shouldn’t be a big issue. I will say that this is a fighting/exploration heavy RPG first and foremost with a bit of story to tie it all together. Most of your time in game will be spent fighting monsters and looking for treasure. The story is interesting (though the writing can be a bit spotty depending), but if that’s the main thing you’re looking for you’ll probably get worn out fairly quickly. However, if you’re like me and just like running around, killing stuff, and gathering materials, I definitely think you’ll have fun with it!
  • Started out great Sep 30, 2021

    By VrutiS
    Genshin is a one of kind game and was so much fun to play in the beginning. The amazing open world gameplay, character designs, music and storyline really sold me on the game when I started playing last November. But almost a year later, things have just been slowly slipping. The music and map design is still amazing but there have been no QoL improvements and player feedback is basically ignored in favor of game mechanics that no one really wants (like the housing and fishing systems). The grind in the game ruins the hype for any character. Even after successfully getting a character you like it takes months to build them to a point where they can be used. Additionally, the more recent characters are all completely unbalanced and not worth the resources. Mihoyo seems to prefer to rely on waifu tropes to sell these characters. Pair that with the sloppily executed storyline of the latest chapter and it’s easy to see that the quality of the game has dropped. The biggest problem with Genshin is the lack of endgame content. There is only one dungeon which resets twice a month and they also tend to add in awful mechanics just to sell their latest character. Between the lack of improvements throughout the year and the meager celebrations for the anniversary, it is clear that Mihoyo does not respect its players. If you do want to play the game and enjoy the good things in it, I would recommend doing so as an F2P player. I definitely regret spending money.
  • May 17, 2022

    By melt.slayer _666
    One of the best games.... But.. it needs alot of work. Its so hard to grind for primo gems to pull for new characters. If you rush the main story and side quests you end up with nothing to do. There's absolutely no end game content. I love this game so much but I've ended up feeling really lost since I got to the end of the game. Great music, great graphics, amazing art and characters
  • Amazing game, but a few things to note Feb 16, 2022

    By ^HoneyBee^
    I want to start off by saying that Genshin has gotten me through so much boredom over the pandemic. Absolutely beautiful game, unique characters, and lots to explore. However, are here are a few things to note. First off, once you’re at a higher adventure rank it’s much harder to get primogems, in comparison how much it costs to pull on a weapon or character banner once. If you go to the one star reviews you may notice many of them say things like “give me Ganyu and I’ll change my review back.” While that’s childish, it is very difficult to get characters. Second off, this game requires a lot of storage for mobile players. We only have three nations so far, I highly doubt there will be many mobile players left in the game soon. Lastly the game can feel more like a chore when you’re at a higher level. The resin system limits how many materials we can gather in a day. Also I’ve begun to notice many players log on to do their commissions, use up their resin and log off. Despite this I’m still going to give it five stars since it’s really been one of my favorite games. And even if I don’t get the character I wanted, or I run out of resin there’s lots to do. You can decorate your teapot normally or build some home made contraption in it. You can run around on co-op helping people or simply making new friends. You can participate in the current events. Overall it’s a very fun game, and I’d recommend it.
  • The only thing saving me from boredom Nov 24, 2021

    By Yaahuuu
    I remember starting Genshin with a wondrous. Everything was so new and exiting. I started in April. I still remember freezing in dragonspine or worried about if I had enough eggs to keep going during my battle. The journeys and quests were endless. This was until AR 47 or somewhere around there. All the quests were completed and most regions (Only two around) were all completed. At this point, the Inazuman word had spread, and people were talking about saving for kazuha, or Ayaka. Once Kazuha came out, is when I stopped being a bit bored again. I had managed to pull him as my first 5* too and was pretty excited, which got me back in. Before all I was doing we’re commissions and then either farm artifacts or farm ley lines. Now I was on a bit more. Inazuma was just about to be out, so I used my fragile resin to farm a bit more. And finally, the arrival of inazuma. It kept me up. I was back to that curious me. Then as time slowly passed, it went away again. Now the most saving me from boredom are the events. This game is dear to me. But it takes so long for a new “Best new quest!” To come out. I remember the golden apple archipelago. That was one of the best quests I was able to be apart of. But once it’s gone it’s gone. This game is awsome fun and great. Enjoy it while it lasts. Because at some point you will be stuck in this endless cycle of commissions+farming every single day. Repetitive, and gets tiring. But I still love you.
  • The most successful open world game Oct 1, 2020

    By Tronscream
    In my many years of trying to find games to play on the phone and ACTUALLY being satisfied and having something to play till 3 am. Genshin Impact has shown me that I waited long enough, the game asked me to write a review but I just couldn’t stop playing at the time. I have a few suggestions but the game doesn’t need major changes the updates are spontaneous but that is to come of a new game so it’s not a complaint, if you’re looking for a game that you can like and that has beautiful graphics along with fighting mechanics then this is your game. With the dungeons and monsters and many different places to visit it’s even fun just running around looking at the world, although one suggestion I have is that instead of just food to heal your party members why not add craftable health potions and such so my character doesn’t feel sick when eating so much 😂. The purity and smooth play of the game is phenomenal though, I’ve already suggested it to a dozen people and I think this game has greater potential, on the other hand I was opening this was a open world multiplayer aswell, but the story says otherwise. If you need to relax and relieve stress this is the game, but if you want to play with friends and find people to meet you better have them added or you’ll be alone like I am! All in all having a better friends system would be awesome but the game itself is phenomenal! Paimon is so Kawaii!!!!!
  • AAA Title for free Feb 18, 2021

    By CraftiBadger
    This game is insane. I’ve played now for a total of 42 days, according to HoyoLab. Easily hundreds of hours. I play every day for hours. This is the only game I'm currently investing time in. And let me say it is WORTH your time. A HUGE open world not pay to win and complete flexibility with how you play. I have invested around $20 total over the course of my time and it was for 1 character, Xiao. I didn't get him, however i did end up getting him with a free wish i received, go figure. But this is not like a normal GATCHA game. You get so many characters with the chance at more and more completely for free. You never have to spend money. There is no pay wall and the story lines are fantastic. I literally cant type out enough praise for this game. Its the best game i have played hands down in a very very long time. It does need some more end-game or late-game content, especially because at AR37 the story just stops. DEVS: This game is a huge accomplishment and you should all be proud. Its extremely ambitious, especially if you are planning on including zones that represent every element, however, keep with it. You guys can have THE best game of all time if you listen to your fan base and keep this momentum up! The lantern rite event was absolutely incredible! P.S. try and keep the tower defense mini game in! Its so much fun just to pass time! And it gives us a reason to keep playing after we finish our daily grind!
  • Mar 30, 2022

    By Domino
    I love the game! It's beautiful and I will play it for hours when I get the chance to, but the problem I have the most is the cutscenes, it's probably because I'm on mobile but it really bothers me and that is it freezes almost every few seconds or sometimes the whole cutscene, Please fix this problem so that I may have a better gaming experience, other than that it's a wonderful game please keep up the good work!
  • Awesome. Jul 6, 2021

    By Yahoosportsisbadbadbad
    The title of this review says it all. Let me start from the day I installed Genshin impact. It took me a long time to create an account, because it kept saying that “the password wasn’t secure”. However, after I got through that part, the exciting stuff began. The storyline was so exciting, and the characters were great. Yes, the gacha is annoying, (you have to grind 90 rolls to get a five star) but it’s still good. A little bit into the game I realized the game kept crashing (if you play on pc or maybe PS4 then you’ll probably have this problem less often, but I’m playing on mobile)it’s very annoying when it crashes of course, but I deal with it. Another thing about this game is that some challenges/quests are kinda hard (ex., you keep getting frozen when trying to defeat enemies), but I just search up guides to figure it out. Also, I heard the spiral abyss is really hard. Plus, to do good damage you need good artifacts, and those artifacts don’t always have good substats. This game is still in progress, so the entire storyline isn’t out yet. The details in this game are stunning, for example you can see the characters breath in cold areas, and the npc’s react when you bump into/ use attacks near them. the characters all have cool idle animations, plus the voice actors are great. The events in Genshin are also extremely fun, too and so far all the updates have been great. Again, the title says it all.
  • Great game, but the fandom are toxic Jan 4, 2022

    By This Game Child Abuse
    This is a very great game, it’s pretty fun also. Tbh it’s worth the grind for this game my Adventure rank is 48 and I’m still learning how to build characters on this game. Seriously though this game is really good, and the animations on this game for every story is really cool - never disappoint me with it at all. The only thing you should be hating on is the fandom - because of the fact how there are way too many young age characters and some people go ahead and draw them sexually or sexual them around. Especially the fandom who complains that the rewards aren’t great - well guess what: the rewards aren’t great because of the fact how y’all be making fun off Komi, and the actor for her voice. You also even made fun of female actors and also some male actors. You also complain how Amber is bad, and same to Komi. You also hated on Bennet, Kaeya, Traveler, Paimon, and mainly on Amber. Like why do you need to hate on characters? Just play the game and enjoy what you got, because their the one who spend their life and time on making this character and also making the stories and everything for you to play so at least be grateful for that for you’ve woulda get a bad character that y’all don’t even like at all. I main Amber myself she tbh her highest crits is 20K, and it’s not hard to play Amber, you just need the right build for her and that’s all. Like just enjoy the game man.
  • It’s great but it needs more customization. May 25, 2021

    By cute pun pun 2
    This game is great overall but I think it needs a bit of customization like a character creator where you can make your own character when you go into it you need to pay 2 primo gems to make your own character and it will also ask if you want your own animations and moves witch cost 10 primo gems you can choose yes or no when you get into the character creator it will ask if you want a male, female or a small female after selecting it will ask your characters name when after you Type it in it will show step one the eyes you will be able to customize the eyelashes eye color and eye shape and eye size after that step 2 is mouth you will be able to choose from cat mouth normal mouth and squiggly mouth and lipstick step 3 is hair you will be able to choose bangs side bangs back hair and ponytails and colors step4 will be what type of character you want a cat like diona a elf or a human step5 will be to choose your skin color step6 will be for the ones who payed the primo gems for custom animations and moves if your on a pc you can upload your own animations and moves after all of that you will chose your weapon, hat, glasses, hoodie, top, skirt, socks and dress if you want you can change your character for free later on that’s all I got to say as I said overall the game is good but it needs customization thanks if you put this in the game.
  • Apr 2, 2022

    By Karma Tamiki
    It's an amazing game, the visuals are beautiful, the music is so emmersive, the storyline is awesome, everything about it is perfect. Except for the fact that it doesn't work well on mobile devices. I mostly play on my phone and most everything works fine, but when it comes to a cut scene it keeps freezing, and it won't work on my laptop. Other than that everything is amazing, and it's and awesome game would totally recomend if you don't mind the cut scene thing on mobile/have the right laptop.
  • Mar 30, 2022

    By Brennan B
    The mobile app just needs controller support for Android. The game is fun, addictive, and there is a massive amount to play and love about the game. I wouldn't recommend if you just want a casual mobile game to play sometimes, because by nature this game makes it hard to progress or enjoy as a casual player. All types of progression are going to take a good bit of time. Whether it's the story, leveling characters, exploring the map, etc.
  • May 4, 2022

    By Crystal Cat- Gacha n Gaming
    I love this game so much!! It's an easy game to start playing open world games. I do have a few things I would love to see changed though. The first be the rng of the artifact system. It's a bit to luck based. Give us a way to set which stats to have main or sub. The next thing is the lack of endgame content. The abyss is a fun and challenging activity for me but that's the only thing that is rn. I would love to see more floors added to the abyss or even more world levels.
  • Mar 30, 2022

    By Jessie_PlayzGame
    I've been playing the game since day 1 with a few of my friends (All AR 55+). The game is great! Amazing graphics, gameplay, character designs/backgrounds, events are fun, and storyline is so interesting! However the major downside to the game is that once you get to a higher level, it becomes very boring and tedious. There's almost no way to get gems to get new characters without buying or waiting for events if you already explored everything. With the late game, all there is to do is farm.
  • Apr 14, 2022

    By Lily Finger
    I love this game. Though getting primogems as an F2P player is quite difficult, it's worth it for the amazing characters! The OST and lore is amazing!!! The playstyle is cool too. :) I do have a few complaints though. 1. The event rewards aren't the best. Now a lot of people have complained about this; they're not wrong. The amount for a 10draw is 1600, but the rewards are only about 5-50. 2. The storage space is extremely high. 20gb? 3. But overall this is a great game I reccomend you play.
  • Apr 27, 2022

    By Amiah Lurry
    I love genshin impact! It's a fun game it has wonderful graphics, quality character designs, a deep storyline, but there's just two problems... one the luck system and two storage. Firstly the reason the luck system is really that good especially when it's a 50% of losing the 50/50 or they spent money on the game plus it can be quite frustrating reaching pity for a certain character you might not get, also the storage is a BIG problem especially if you have a ios/android that doesn't have space.
  • Apr 8, 2022

    By King Gacha
    This game is really fun and I love it a lot. The look really good and the gameplay is great. It's just how badly my phone lags. I have a pretty new phone and yet my phone lags really hard and it's hard to get anything done I would also like to see how much damage I could do but it just doesn't show it and I'm hoping for controller support because the touch controls are just really bad and gets my hands cramped and I wish I could move the controls to a different spot on my phone.So this adds to 4
  • May 16, 2022

    By Angel
    I love the game, but there are some notable issues. 1. With so many characters coming out, older characters (like kazuha) have less of a chance to get a rerun. This makes it hard for new players to get old characters. It'd be great if old characters could be added to standard banner. 2. The game is laggy on Mobil. It takes a while for cut scenes or mobs to load. 3.
  • May 15, 2022

    By Anh
    Great game. Battle mechanics and graphics are really smooth. Quite a lot to learn in the beginning, so it may be quite confusing. The only downside side is the RNG mechanic of the game. 5/14/22 Edit: After patch 2.4, the texts on mobile for the wish banner and updates are extremely zoomed in, where it is inconvenient and makes navigating through surveys and wish history very difficult and annoying. In-game currency given to the player is low compared to others. Slow paced game without much to do
  • Mar 30, 2022

    By Richard Reeves
    I play 99% of the time on PC but use the Android version when I travel. This app runs poorly on my 2 year old mid-range phone, but it's to be expected. I'm honestly impressed it runs at all, and that's thanks to the many graphical options. My only complaint is that Hoyoverse doesn't support controller input on Android (despite supporting it on iOS since early 2021). More than anything, I find the touch controls make the gameplay feel awful. Hoyoverse could and should offer a better experience.
  • Mar 30, 2022

    By Theo Vernon Tschumy
    I'd have to say that this game is an exceptional one in terms of lore, quality, the beauty of going on adventure and experiencing fantasy. However, it is not friendly to new players. There is a lot a new player must overcome in order to truly experience what a lot of us veteran players do. "New player lock out" is a definitely driving those who wish to enjoy the game away, especially if they're bound to start off as mobile players. This needs to be fixed, and so does the resin system.
  • Concerned with primogems and content for higher AR players Nov 29, 2021

    By Christina Elizabeth Jansen
    This game is pretty incredible when you first start playing. There’s plenty of content, characters, and so on. However, when you start playing more you’ll slowly realize that there’s less content for higher AR players. And that’s the problem. Less content means it’s harder to grind for primogems, not to mention the rewards are so little which makes it even more difficult. To make it worse primogems are WAY too overpriced. You cant even get to pity for $100. I feel as if mihoyo doesn’t care about our concerns and only wants our money. New banners are coming out, and there’s not really any way for you to grind for wishes. After you reach 100% world exploration and get to a high AR there’s almost nothing to look forward to in the game except for daily’s, domains, and new events. There’s a problem with the resin too. There should at least be a way for you to get more resin once you reach a certain AR. Other than that, you just do your daily’s and log off. And another thing, the wish system is also overpriced. Wouldn’t it make more sense for it to be 100 primogems for one wish at least? Considering how hard it is to get primos. If you cant do that, then at least make it a little more easier to get farm primogems in the game. For example, let us earn primogems in domains, like the Abyss. It doesn’t have to be much, just something. You really can’t expect much from this game after a while, and it eventually becomes boring.
  • Mar 30, 2022

    By Alex Mendoza
    My main grief is that there's nothing to do once you catch up to the story, as everything is locked through waiting to recharge your "energy" (resin). Co-op is extremely limited since most objectives need to be done solo. Character variety could also be improved outside of reskinned models. The story is fun and great, but I wouldn't recommend this game for anyone who has trouble keeping their money in their wallet, as it's very gacha predatory.
  • Stuck. Mar 13, 2022

    By lucyismypuppysname:)
    Overall, Genshin Impact was a pretty cool game at the beginning. Including the immaculate amount of high quality graphics and the absolutely adorable designs, such as Paimon. Although, after at least 30 minutes, I believe, of downloading the full version, following Amber and completing quests, all the way to discovering the temple and fighting the monsters, I had uncovered a level where you had to fly to reach the other side. You were stuck on a huge cliff, on one side, a huge gap in the middle, and the other side. The instructions that Amber had given me were to fly across the gap to get to the other side. After all, I had just discovered the game ability to fly a while ago. Thinking this was easy, I concentratedly pressed the button and attempted to fly across the gorge, only to be sent down into the "abyss" and be revived. Just then I had discovered that your characters could die, unfortunately. I repeatedly tried over and over to fly across the gorge without the game automatically making my character sink in a sort of slow matter, enough time to make me fail to reach the other side. My lives were decreasing and soon enough, the only character left I could use was Amber. Eventually I just gave up. Developer, do you think you could possibly consider this problem that I, a mobile player, have been having? I cannot play Genshin Impact until the "glitch" has been fixed, since my lives are decreasing every try. Sincerely, -An Upset Player.

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