BFP is a mod for Quake III -the conversion, or more exactly. You may play as recognizable characters from the Dragon Ball Z universe, and fight against other players . BFP is based so this is full 3D game. Needless to say, we have to reckon with the fact that do not find here the views straight from today's FPS games. But that isn't important! The gameplay in Bid for Power is fast and satisfying. As in any game of this sort, anyone who wants to boast ability, will have to spend a whole lot of time.
Bid for Power is a third person action game, based on the Quake III engine, giving players the chance to fight in exciting duels between the 'Sayans' and the 'Warriors of Ki', that will launch Kamehamehas and other forces.
What's Bid For Power? Bid For Power is a total conversion for QuakeIII that plays nothing like the original game. Players take control of Ki-powered superheroes and battle it out in a mainly aerial fight. The game is highlighted by the work of an original style and a great art group, and the game play is fast paced. It can be difficult to keep up with until you get the hang of it.BFP started out as a Dragonball Z game, and neared completion as one. They ran into problems and had to repopulate the world. This delayed them quite a bit, but they ended up with a population of unique and cool characters to play.If you're new to the game be prepared to have a difficult time finding a server. It has died out, although they had about 30 people playing at a time for about a year or two. BFP has also been modified by several classes that were different using the scripting system, which means you may encounter compatibility issues.
In the game you've got over a half dozen different situations at your disposal, most of which will be quite familiar to Dragon Ball fans. Some of the most known comprise the legendary Planet Namek, or the Room of Time and Space.
One of the playable characters there are none from any official Dragon Ball release, but many will continue to be similar. Most of the characters are like Goku and all of the rest, although this is because of an issue that came up with licensing.
It's accessible for consumers with the operating system Windows 98 and former versions, and it's available in English. The current version of the program is the update happened on 5/24/2011 and v2.