Genshin Impact's Bomb Review Hits Other Games

Genshin Impact players start denying other games on the Play Store in protest of the game's one-year anniversary.

Apparently, Genshin Impact's Bomb Review for its one-year anniversary is reverberating through other Play Store games. And, these are not miHoYo games. Clash of Clans, Tears Of Themis, Arknights and even Pokémon Unite are getting star-rated reviews mentioning miHoYo's game gacha because of player dissatisfaction with Genshin Impact's one-year anniversary event. Of course the denial of a game like Honkai Imapct 3rd, also from miHoYo was expected, but the fanbase attacking even Pokémon games is a bit much.

The list of games that are receiving negative reviews was compiled by the user of Twitter Arknights Robert.

The truth is that these reviews are still in the minority and written in languages ​​other than Portuguese (for now) and it is very likely that game developers will take action against this soon, deleting the reviews, as they are not related to the games, but it's amazing how people decided to protest against the company in several ways, as miHoYo has taken over decisions to censor the criticisms made of her.

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Some of the negative reviews on other games

Why did players team up in a Genshin Impact Bomb Review?

On September 28, the game Genshin Impact celebrated one year of its launch anniversary and some think that the company is not being fair with the qualities and amounts of rewards given to players in return for all this success.

As the Chinese company has strict control over what is posted on its social networks and Reddit forums and other media, players flocked to bombard the company with negative reviews and lower the game's rating on the main platforms where it is available, like the Google PlayStore and Sony's PlayStation Store, as well as several critical videos on Youtube and thousands of Twitter mentions.

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The main criticisms of the community regarding birthday gifts are focused on the fact that the best prizes are in cultural contests that the company held outside the game, such as illustration contests, cosplay, creativity and even for players to create an advertising that it would be stamped on buses traveling in miHoYo's home country.

The prizes range from a few thousand moras (the game currency) and some primes (item used in the gacha to get the best characters and weapons), in addition to iPhone Max 13. Until yesterday, September 29, the company had released as extra prize plus 09 primes and a new promotional glider, but it's not known if this is related to the game's anniversary or the concert that will take place on October 1600rd.

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Rewards given to players on 29/09

Amazing Adventures Await You At Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact is a free open world gacha (similar to loot box) game, but with in-game microtransactions, published and distributed by miHoYo in its official website. In it you step into the shoes of the Traveler, an explorer able to travel across worlds, but who was trapped in Teyvat, a place ruled by the Archons and facing a war against unknown enemies, and must find a way to return to his home world and find his missing twin brother.

And for those starting out in Genshin Impact you still have here at Married Games a Complete Guide to start your journey really well and the Complete list of playable characters so far Genshin Impact is available for PC com WindowsAndroidiOSPlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and soon, Nintendo Switch with crossplay between mobile and PC platforms.

Leave in the comments what you think of the players' attitude and take the opportunity to read more about Genshin impact on our website.

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Paulo Fabris is a journalist, writer, RPG player, gamer, cosplayer, nerd and fan of anime since the time of TV Manchete.