Some draw backs of the game are: you cannot actually purchase weapons, you simply rent them for different periods, ranging from 1 day to 90 days, the longer you rent the item the more in game money (GP) it will cost you. Most players will accuse anyone who kills them to be a hacker and start whining and complaining more than a four (4) year old girl who just watched all her toys and her favourite puppy get incinerated.
Player 2: "OMG player 1 hacks!!!11"
Player 1 : "yeah, okay nub"
Also, most of the elite moderators of rooms cannot stand being killed, so avoid them if you ever play a match with them, or else you'll be kicked.
Elite (noob) Moderator: WOW...hacker.
Player 1: Just because I killed you? D:
Player 2: Kick him he chams!
-Player 1 is kicked-
Typical day of Combat Arms.
Combat Arms Player 2: *Quickly SMGs Player 1 from below*
_Wheaties_: "Wow, he's definitely using chams."
Players who start a room, (known as the Room Master) are able to choose the map, game mode, set score and time limits, and controls the weapons other players can use or not use, (for example, Melee only, or No sniper rifles allowed).
Players are able to obtain in-game money (GP) and experience after a match, allowing them to rank up and buy new weapons and equipment, such as armor, uniforms, and backpacks for their persistent characters. There is a rental system of equipment instead of actual purchases of the weapons and gear. The rental periods are 1 day, 7 days, 30 days, and 90 days, each rental period costing more in-game money.
This rental period has caused much criticism to the game as players are upset that they cannot own weapons that they buy forever and that they have to keep playing to make up for the GP they used to purchase weapons and gear.
The game design was based on a game known as Heat Project, a game made in Korea. The game also uses a customizations system where players can buy silencers, larger magazines, and different types of scopes.
L33T Guy: Combat Arms, noob.
Nooblet: Wow, how'd you know I was there? Hacker.
You: Dude I saw you go there, calm your balls man.
Nooblet: Okay sure chammer, teamview?
You: Why? So you can prove your a nub for accussing me of hacking?
Nooblet: Duh. But now your nooby teammates are kicking you so I'll just F5 and go with that.
(Kicked for Hacking)
In the lobby game room after being kicked
You: Sup man, you get kicked too?
Guy 1: Yep, these guys are noobs...
Guy 2: I know they are such faggots.
You: Tell me about it...
The game also features a WOGL (World Online Gaming League) community filled with ignorant asswipes who play this shitty game all day. However, some outstanding individual, such as HeapOfAsh, try to bring maturity, anti-eTrolling, and extreme amounts of dedication into bringing the WOGL community into a new generation of mature players. Just kidding, why the FUCK would I even bother. This game is shit.
As you first login into the game, you're approached with heavy advertisments and banners all attempting the player to purchase Nexon Cash (NX). Of course, being a WAGL nerd, you jump straight to Bravo 7, where you enter a world of cheating/hacksuating/immature players/trolling/bromances/ and bust videos.
Overall review: -5/5
Reasons: Shitty game, shitty players, shitty graphics, shitty community, extreme lag, and if you're from: Australia, Brazil, or Canada, one WILL be approached with heavy racism and hate.
Nerdgin 1: Ohmygod dude. Let's go play some Combat Arms so I can de_stroy kids in pubs on Bravo 7
Nerdgin 1's eButtbuddy: YEAH BRO. I'LL FRAPS YOUR BOSS 1v8 CLUTCH/ACE AND EDIT IT AND THROW IT ON PORNHUB. Oh I mean YouTube.
HeapOfAsh: Shit man. This game sucks. Why the fuck am I still playing this game Combad Arm
nPulse: Let's go play some LoL
HeapOfAsh: Good idea. Fuck this game.